STINSON 10A

Manufacturer
Stinson Aircraft Company
Markings
Civil Air Patrol 

Sub Hunters
Designation
Voyager 10A
Registration
N36794
Serial Number

8094

The Stinson 10A is a high wing, single engined airplane. It was developed in the late 1930s and was used by the US military and the US Civil Air Patrol. It was used by the US CAP to spot German U-Boats along the United States' coasts. Once the aircraft's crew spotted a submarine it would radio for a patrol bomber to drop depth charges. After several U-boats escaped during the time it took for the bomber drop its payload, the spotters were soon equipped with small bombs.

Our Stinson 10A saw service with the CAP and flew patrols along the southern coast of the US.

Specifications
Wingspan           
34 ft.
Length                22 ft., 2 in.
Height                 6 ft., 6 in.
Weight                5,180 lbs
Max. Speed         105 MPH
Service Ceiling    10,500 ft.
Range                  350 miles
Engines               One 90 hp Franklin                              4AC-199 engine
Crew    1

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AIRPORT INFO

Grimes Field I74 4400 x 100 ft.

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