Boeing XP-936 (XP-26)

  Base model:P-936
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1925-1947
  Basic role:Pursuit
  See Also:P-26

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08/04/2012 @ 17:39 [ref: 64884]
 Colorado Springs, CO
The Boeing P-36 was the first monoplane fight that Americaproduced! It's a good thing that we never sent it into combat because every pilot we would put in that thing; we would have to pry him out with a can opener!! America was alway the last to arm itself. With the sinking of the passenger Luisitana; we were drawn into WWI. Though later, experts say the Luisitania was carrying weapons to out Allies; wich makes scense ta me!!
10/07/2009 @ 20:53 [ref: 25157]
 Guy E. Franklin
 Deatsville, AL
Boeing P-26 Peashooter

Type: single seat fighter
Crew: 1: Pilot
Armament: two .50 inch machine guns
or one .50 inch and one .30 inch machine gun

Length: 23' 7.25" (7.19 m)
Height: 10' 0.5" (3.06 m)
Wingspan: 27' 11.5" (8.52 m)
Wing area: 149.5 sq. ft (13.89 sq. m)
Empty Weight: 2197 lb (997 kg)
Max Weight: 2955 lb (1340 kg) max at takeoff

No. of Engines: 1
Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney R-1340-27 radial
Horsepower: 500 hp

Range: 360 miles (579 km)
Cruise Speed: 199 mph ( 320 km/h)
Max Speed: 234 mph ( 377 km/h) at 7500 ft
Ceiling: 27,400 ft (8350 m)

03/06/2007 @ 10:16 [ref: 15787]
 Guy E. Franklin
 Deatsville, AL
Emerging from the biplane era as one of the first all metal monoplane designs built by Boeing and accepted by the U.S. Army, the P-26A was a finalized version of three XP-936 Boeing prototypes built in 1931 and 1932. The P-26A was accepted for production on March 20, 1932. Its nickname of "pea shooter" was a natural from the tubular gun sight mounted above the fuselage directly in front of the pilots windshield.

Boeing built some 151 P-26As between 1932 and 1936. Eleven export versions were sold to China and were flown in combat during China's resistance to Japan's invasion. For its time it was the fastest air-cooled fighter in the world. Standard armament consisted of two .30 caliber, or one .30 caliber and one .50 caliber machine guns mounted in the fuselage. One at each side of the pilots feet. The aircraft was equipped to drop two 122 pound bombs, or five 30 pound bombs from racks between the landing gear on the wing bottom surface.

Powered by a reliable Pratt & Whitney R-1340 radial engine the other vital statistics are--wing span, 27.9 feet, length 23.6 feet, gross weight, 3014 pounds. Currently, only two P-26 aircraft are known to exist. Fortunately for us, one of them is S/N 33-123 in flyable condition located at the Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino California. This airframe was recovered from Guatamala and required extensive rebuilding and restoration. It is on display and can be photographed for building details. The final airframe is located in the Air Force Museum at Dayton, Ohio. The Air Force P-26 is painted in the olive drab and yellow trim of the 95th Attack Squadron of the 17th Pursuit Group, March Field, California.

03/06/2007 @ 10:12 [ref: 15786]
 Tim O\'Connor
 Brownstown, IN
There were 3 Xp-936's built. Boeing used over 400 people to build the aircraft within 3 months in order to deliver a test copy to the Army Air Corps. Prototype #2 was used for static testing at Wright Patterson. Sand bag loading showed the horizontal tail failing at 10.5 g's - not the 50% safety factor mandated by the Army. Boeing subsequently added 3 .032 2017 caps strips to the bottom and top spar flanges along with additional nose ribs to strengthen the horizontal. Other differences between the production and the prototype aircraft are: Prototypes had fewer wing nose ribs, round wing tips instead of eliptical, universal rivets instead of flush rivets, less structure on the rudder box, fewer floor stiffners, different stub wing fittings, different engine mount fittings, thinner fuselage around cockpit, 1/2 inch narrower firewall, different shaped wheel pants, welded half moon landing gear forks, different cockpit floor, inadequate headrest made from aluminum, only 2 30.cal guns, and a smaller cockpit entry door.
09/14/2004 @ 01:30 [ref: 8265]


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