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Fairey F.2 was a British fighter prototype in the late 1910s. It
was the first aircraft designed entirely by the Fairey Aviation
Company. The F.2 was ordered by the Admiralty in 1916 as a massive,
three-seat long-range fighter. Powered by two Rolls-Royce Falcon
engines, it was a three-bay biplane with a four-wheel "bedstead"
main undercarriage, the wings folding aft from a point outboard of
the engines. Armament consisted of a .303 in (7.7 mm) Lewis Gun on
a Scarff ring on the extreme nose and a similar installation
immediately aft of the wings.
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