ⓘ List of military aircraft of the United States (1909–19)

                                     

ⓘ List of military aircraft of the United States (1909–19)

This list of military aircraft of the United States includes prototype, pre-production and operational types operated by the United States Army and United States Navy during the period prior to and during World War I, prior to the establishment of a numerical designation system. During this period, aircraft used by the U.S. military forces were referred to by their manufacturers designations.

For Army and Air Force aircraft designated after 1919, see List of military aircraft of the United States. For U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aircraft post 1922, see List of military aircraft of the United States naval.

                                     

1. Army Signal Corps, August 2, 1909 to April 6, 1917

  • Sturtevant S – Sturtevant
  • Burgess-Dunne Model H – Burgess
  • Curtiss R-2 – Curtiss
  • Martin S-Hydro – Glenn L. Martin
  • Curtiss F-Boat – Curtiss
  • Curtiss Model J – Curtiss
  • Curtiss Model N – Curtiss
  • Curtiss N-8 – Curtiss
  • Gallaudet Twin Hydro – Gallaudet
  • Burgess H – Burgess
  • Curtiss Twin JN – Curtiss
  • Burgess I-Scout – Burgess
  • Wright Brothers Model D – Wright
  • Curtiss L-2 – Curtiss
  • Curtiss S-3 – Curtiss
  • Standard H-2 – Sloan
  • Curtiss Modified J – Curtiss
  • Wright-Martin R – Wright-Martin
  • Wright Brothers Model C – Wright
  • Curtiss R-4 – Curtiss
  • Curtiss Model D – Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
  • Curtiss JN-4 – Curtiss
  • Wright Brothers F-Pusher – Wright
  • Burgess F – Burgess
  • Martin R Land – Glenn L. Martin Company
  • Wright Brothers Model B – Wright
  • Aeromarine M-1 – Aeromarine
  • Curtiss Model E – Curtiss
  • Wright Brothers D-Scout – Wright
  • Burgess J-Scout – Burgess
  • Standard H-3 – Standard
  • Thomas D-5 – Thomas Brothers
  • Burgess U – Burgess Company
  • Glenn Martin Twin Tractor – Glenn L. Martin
  • Sturtevant S-4 – Sturtevant
  • L.W.F. V-1 – L.W.F.
  • Curtiss N-9 – Curtiss
  • Curtiss G-Scout – Curtiss
  • Wright Brothers Model A – Wright
  • Standard SJ – Standard Aero
  • Curtiss R-3 – Curtiss
                                     

2. Navy System, 1911–1914

  • A-3 – Curtiss
  • D-2 – Burgess Co. and Curtiss
  • C-1 – Curtiss
  • C-3 – Curtiss
  • C-4 – Curtiss
  • A-1 – Curtiss
  • B-1 – Wright
  • E-1 OWL – Curtiss
  • D-1 – Burgess Co. and Curtiss
  • B-3 – Wright
  • A-2 – Curtiss
  • C-2 – Curtiss
  • B-2 – Wright
  • A-4 – Curtiss
  • C-5 – Curtiss
                                     

3. American-Built Airplanes of World War I, April 6, 1917 to November 11, 1918

  • Kettering Bug – Dayton-Wright
  • Standard M-Defense – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Hewitt-Sperry Automatic Airplane – Hewitt/Sperry
  • Standard H-2 – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • LUSAO-11 – Packard-Le Pere
  • Standard H.P. O/400 – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5A – Curtiss
  • Engineering Division USB-1 – Engineering Division
  • Martin GMB – Martin
  • Thomas-Morse S-4C – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Standard JR-1 – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Engineering Division USB-2 – Engineering Division
  • Heinrich Pursuit – Victor
  • Standard E-1 – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Verville-Clark-Pursuit VCP-1 – Engineering Division
  • Lewis & Vought VE-7/8/9 – Lewis & Vought Corporation
  • LUSAC-11 – Packard-Le Pere
  • Orenco C – Ordnance Engineering
  • Martin GMT – Martin
  • Curtiss 18-B – Curtiss
  • Thomas-Morse S-4B – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Curtiss JN-4 – Curtiss
  • Curtiss R-4L – Curtiss
  • Fisher Body Caproni – Fisher Body
  • Fisher Body SJ-1 – Fisher Body
  • B class blimp – various manufacturers
  • Boeing Model 4 / Boeing EA – Boeing
  • LUSAGH-21 – Packard-Le Pere
  • Orenco D – Ordnance Engineering
  • Standard SJ-1 – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Martin GMP – Martin
  • Thomas-Morse MB-2 – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Curtiss JN-6H – Curtiss
  • Standard Caproni – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Thomas-Morse MB-1 – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Thomas-Morse MB-3 – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Curtiss JN-4H – Curtiss
  • Standard H-3 – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Pomilio Brothers FVL-8 – Pomilio Brothers
  • Curtiss 18-T – Curtiss
  • Pomilio Brothers BVL-12 – Pomilio Brothers
  • Engineering Division USD-9 – Engineering Division
  • Motor Products SX-6 – Engineering Division
  • Orenco A – Ordnance Engineering
  • Dayton-Wright SJ-1 – Dayton-Wright Company
  • Pigeon-Fraser Pursuit – Pigeon-Fraser
  • Martin GMC – Martin
  • Wright-Martin SJ-1 – Wright-Martin
  • Burgess Twin Hydro – Burgess
  • Dayton-Wright DH-4 – Dayton-Wright
  • LUSAC-21 – Packard-Le Pere
  • L.W.F. Reconnaissance – L.W.F. Engineering Company
  • Wright-Martin M-8 – Wright-Martin
  • J.V. Martin Bomber – Engineering Division
  • Standard Twin Hydro – Standard Aircraft Corporation
  • Engineering Division XB-1A – Engineering Division
  • LUSAGH-11 – Packard-Le Pere


                                     

4. American Expeditionary Force A.E.F. aircraft from the French Government

  • Nieuport 17 E.1 – Nieuport
  • Nieuport 24 E.1 – Nieuport
  • Nieuport 23 E.1 – Nieuport
  • Nieuport 10 E.2 – Nieuport
  • Nieuport 83 E.2 – Nieuport
  • Nieuport 28 C.1 – Nieuport
  • SPAD S.XI C.2 – Societe Pour LAviation et ses Derives
  • Caudron G.4 E.2 – Caudron
  • Morane-Saulnier P/MoS.21 E.2 – Morane-Saulnier
  • SPAD S.XIII C.1 – Societe Pour LAviation et ses Derives
  • Nieuport 12 E.2 – Nieuport
  • Caudron G.3 E.2 – Caudron
  • Nieuport 81 E.2 – Nieuport
  • Farman F.40 A.2 – Farman
  • Morane-Saulnier AI/MoS.30 E.2 – Morane-Saulnier
  • Voisin VIII Bn.2 – Voisin
  • Sopwith 1 A.2 – Sopwith
  • Nieuport 27 E.1 – Nieuport
  • Nieuport 21 E.1 – Nieuport
  • Breguet 14 – Breguet Aviation
  • Farman F.50 Bn.2 – Farman
  • Voisin X Bn.2 – Voisin
  • SPAD S.XVI C.2 – Societe Pour LAviation et ses Derives
  • Salmson 2 A.2 – Salmson
  • Nieuport 24bis E.1 – Nieuport
  • Nieuport 80 E.2 – Nieuport
  • Caudron R.11 – Caudron
  • Dorand A.R.1 A.2 & A.R.2 A.2 – Service Technique de lAeronautique
  • SPAD S.VII C.1 – Societe Pour LAviation et ses Derives
                                     

5. Post-War, November 11, 1918 to September 1919

  • Felixstowe F5L – American built and engined version of Seaplane Experimental Station design
  • Lewis & Vought VE-9 – Lewis & Vought Corporation
  • Thomas-Morse S-6 – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Verville-Clark-Pursuit VCP-2 – Engineering Division
  • Thomas-Morse MB-6 – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Boeing MB-3A – Boeing
  • Verville-Clark-Pursuit VCP-1A – Engineering Division
  • Curtiss NC – Curtiss
  • Thomas-Morse MB-7 – Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation
  • Martin MB-2 NBS-1 – Martin
  • Martin T-1 – Martin
  • Dayton-Wright XB-1A – Dayton-Wright Company
  • Eberhardt SE-5E – Eberhardt Aeroplane and Motor Company Inc.
  • C class blimp – Goodyear Aerospace, Curtiss
  • Verville-Clark-Pursuit VCP-R – Engineering Division
  • Curtiss Orenco D – Curtiss
  • Orenco D-2 became PW-3 – Ordnance Engineering
                                     
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