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F4B/P-12
Early in 1928, Boeing built two new fighter biplanes using bolted aluminum tubing for the fuselage's inside structure, rather than welded steel tubing, typical of earlier models. Model 83, designed for the Navy, had a hook-type arrester so that it could land on aircraft carriers. Its production version was designated F4B. The Model 89, built for the Army as the P-12, had a rack that could hold a 500-pound bomb.
Restored Boeing 100 in Flight
Three F4B-3s in Flight
Fourteen P-12Es in Flight
F4B-4 Navy Biplane Fighter on Deck
F4B/P-12 Fighter Pilots in High-Altitude Gear
P-12E with 450-hp Engine
F4B-2 Navy Biplane Fighter
Boeing Hangar at Boeing Field, October 1931
Boeing P-12C Engine Cowl Ring
Boeing P-12E on Runway
Boeing P-12E on Runway
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Boeing P-12E on Runway
Boeing P-12E on runway on September 19, 1931. Designed during 1928, the carrier-based F4B-series for...
Boeing P-12C on Runway
Boeing P-12C on Runway
Boeing P-12E on Runway
Boeing P-12E in Flight Formation
Boeing P-12E in Flight Formation
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