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This list of military aircraft of the United States (naval) includes prototype, pre-production and operational types designations under the 1922 United States Navy aircraft designation system, which was used by the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Coast Guard.

Prototypes are normally prefixed with "X" and often unnamed (note that these are not the same as the experimental X-planes, which are not generally expected to go into production), while pre-production models are usually prefixed "Y".

For aircraft designations prior to the adoption of this system, see List of military aircraft of the United States (1909-1919).

For aircraft designations under the U.S. Army Air Force/U.S. Air Force USAF system or the post-1962 Tri-Service system and aircraft currently in service, see List of military aircraft of the United States.

Airborne early warning, 1952-1962Edit

AirshipEdit

Commissioned vessels, 1922-1935Edit

Uss shenandoah airship

USS Shenandoah (ZR-1).

This series of four airships (two one-offs and two production Akron-class vessels) were the only airships in American history to be commissioned as ships of the United States Navy. ZR-2 is missing from the list as that airship (the British R-38) crashed and was destroyed before delivery.[1]

Airborne Early Warning, 1952-1962Edit

Patrol, 1947-1962Edit

Scout, 1954-1962Edit

Training, 1947-1962Edit

  • ZTG - Goodyear
  • ZTL - Goodyear

Ambulance, 1943-1962Edit

Anti-submarine, 1946-1962Edit

In 1946, the "S for Scout" designation was replaced by "S for anti-Submarine", however, the numbers in the 'S' series were not restarted.

Attack, 1946-1962Edit

Skyraider USMC

AD Skyraider, United States, 2003.

BomberEdit

Bomber, 1931-1943Edit

Bomber fighter, 1934-1937Edit

Bomber drone, 1944Edit

  • BDR - Interstate

Bomber torpedo, 1942-1945Edit

Foreign-Built Bomber Aircraft, 1910-1962Edit

DroneEdit

Antisubmarine, 1959-1962Edit

Assault, 1944Edit

  • BDR - Interstate

Target, 1942-1946Edit

Unpiloted, 1946-1955Edit

  • UC - Culver TD4C

Unified sequence, 1945-1962Edit

FighterEdit

Fighter, 1910-1922Edit

Fighter, 1922-1962Edit

Hellcats F6F-3, May 1943

Grumman F6F-3 Hellcats on 1943-01-21.

US Navy F-3 fighter - side

F3H-2N Demon on the deck of the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.

Corsair at Oshkosh

An F4U Corsair appearing at the 2005 AirVenture Air Show at Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Foreign-Built Fighters, 1910-1962Edit

GliderEdit

Bomb GliderEdit

Trainer Glider, 1941-1945Edit

Transport Glider, 1941-1945Edit

Foreign-Built Glider, 1910-1962Edit

HelicoptersEdit

Antisubmarine, 1951-1962Edit

Crane, 1952-1955Edit

  • HCH - McDonnell

Observation, 1944-1962Edit

Trainer, 1944-1948Edit

Trainer, 1948-1962Edit

Transport, 1944-1962Edit

Utility, 1944-1949Edit

Utility, 1950-1962Edit

Hospital, 1929-1942Edit

Marine Expeditionary, 1922-1923Edit

ObservationEdit

Observation, 1922-1962Edit

Observation scout, 1935-1945Edit

Foreign-Built Observation Aircraft, 1920-1962Edit

PatrolEdit

Patrol, 1910-1923Edit

Patrol, 1923-1962Edit

P2V-2 NAS Jacksonville 1952

P2V-2 Neptune over NAS Jacksonville, 1953

Patrol bomber, 1935-1962Edit

Catalinas in the aleutians

A flight of PBY-5 Catalinas over the Aleutian Islands.

Patrol torpedo bomber, 1937-1962Edit

Foreign-Built Patrol Aircraft, 1910-1962Edit

Pursuit, 1923Edit

  • WP - Wright

Racer, 1922-1928Edit

Research Aircraft, 1910-1962Edit

Rotorcycle, 1954-1959Edit

ScoutEdit

Scout, 1922-1946Edit

Scout bomber, 1934-1946Edit

Douglas SBD 5 tricolor with bomb

Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless.

Scout observation, 1934-1946Edit

Scout trainer, 1939-1948Edit

Foreign-Built Scout Aircraft, 1920-1962Edit

Tanker, 1958-1962Edit

TorpedoEdit

Torpedo, 1910-1922Edit

Torpedo, 1922-1935Edit

Torpedo bomber, 1935-1946Edit

TBF mid1942

Grumman TBF Avenger in mid-1942.

Torpedo scout, 1943-1946Edit

  • TSF - Grumman

Foreign-Built Torpedo Aircraft, 1920-1962Edit

TrainerEdit

Trainer, 1910-1922Edit

Trainer, 1922-1948Edit

Trainer, 1948-1962Edit

SNJ-5

An SNJ-5 Texan flying in an airshow in 2004.

Foreign-Built Trainer Aircraft, 1910-1962Edit

TransportEdit

Transport, 1931-1962Edit

Transport, single engine, 1939-1941Edit

UtilityEdit

Utility, 1910-1931Edit

Utility, 1931-1955Edit

Utility transport, 1935-1955Edit

Utility, 1955-1962Edit

Foreign-Built Utility Aircraft, 1920-1962Edit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Lessons of the ZR-2". September 214 1921. pp. 80, 82. http://books.google.com/?id=sVroBrOJL64C&pg=PA80. Retrieved 30 July 2009. 

External linksEdit




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