Category:Standard J

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Standard J-1 seen in The Great Waldo Pepper.

The Standard J was a substitute standard basic trainer aircraft produced by the Standard Aero Corporation in the USA from 1916-18. It was a 2-seat tandem biplane constructed from wood with wire bracing and fabric covering. Four companies: Standard, Dayton-Wright, Fisher Body, and Wright-Martin built 1,601 J-1s, all of which were delivered between June 1917 and June 1918 to the US Army Air Service and US Navy. The J-1 was considered from the beginning as a stopgap to supplement the more favoured Curtiss JN-4 production. Many people confuse the Standard J-1 with the Curtiss JN series, but the forward landing gear strut angle, when seen from the side, quickly distinguishes the Standard J-1 from the Curtiss aircraft.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Standard J.

See also

Pages in category "Standard J"

The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total.