List of military aircraft of the United States (naval)


List of military aircraft of the United States (naval)

This list of military aircraft of the United States includes prototype, pre-production and operational types. For aircraft currently in service, see the List of active United States military aircraft. Prototypes are normally prefixed with "X" and often unnamed (note that these are not the same as the experimental X-planes, which are not generally expected to go into production), while pre-production models are usually prefixed "Y".

This list includes only those aircraft designated under the U.S. Navy's pre-1962 designation system. For aircraft designated under the USAAF/USAF system or the post-1962 unified system, see List of military aircraft of the United States.

Airborne early warning, 1952-1962

* WF Tracer - Grumman (redesignated E-1 in 1962)
* W2F Hawkeye - Grumman (redesignated E-2 in 1962)
* XWU - Vought
* WV Warning Star - Lockheed (redesignated EC-121 in 1962)

Airship

Commissioned vessels, 1922-1935

This series of four airships (two one-offs and two production "Akron"-class vessels) were the only airships in American history to be commissioned as ships of the United States Navy.
* USS "Shenandoah" (ZR-1)
* USS "Los Angeles" (ZR-3)
* USS "Akron" (ZRS-4)
* USS "Macon" (ZRS-5)

Airborne Early Warning, 1952-1962

* ZWG - Goodyear
* ZWN Reliance - Goodyear

Patrol, 1947-1962

* ZPG - Goodyear
* ZPK - Goodyear
* ZP2K - Goodyear
* ZP3K - Goodyear
* ZP4K - Goodyear
* ZP5K - Goodyear
* ZPM - Goodyear
* ZPN - Goodyear
* ZP2N - Goodyear

cout, 1954-1962

* ZSG - Goodyear
* ZS2G - Goodyear

Training, 1947-1962

* ZTG - Goodyear
* ZTL - Goodyear

Ambulance, 1943-1962

* AE - Piper

Anti-submarine, 1946-1962

* S2F Tracker - Grumman
* XS2U - Vought

Attack, 1946-1962

* AD Skyraider - Douglas (redesignated A-1 in 1962)
* A2D Skyshark - Douglas
* A3D Skywarrior - Douglas (redesignated A-3 in 1962)
* A4D Skyhawk - Douglas (redesignated A-4 in 1962)
* AF Guardian - Grumman
* A2F Intruder - Grumman (redesignated A-6 in 1962)
* AH Phantom II - McDonnell Douglas (redesignated F4H, then F-4 in 1962)
* AJ Savage - North American
* A2J Super Savage - North American
* A3J Vigilante - North American (redesignated A-5 in 1962)
* AM Mauler - Martin
* AU Corsair - Vought
* A2U Cutlass - Vought

Bomber, 1931-1943

* BD Havoc - Douglas
* BG - Great Lakes
* B2G - Great Lakes
* BM - Martin
* BN - Naval Aircraft Factory
* BT - Northrop
* B2T - Northrop
* BY Fleetster - Consolidated
* B2Y - Consolidated

Bomber fighter, 1934-1937

* BFB - Boeing
* BFC Goshawk - Curtiss
* BF2C Goshawk - Curtiss

Bomber torpedo, 1942-1945

* BTC - Curtiss
* BT2C - Curtiss
* BTD Destroyer - Douglas
* BT2D Destroyer II/Skyraider - Douglas
* BTK - Kaiser-Fleetwings
* BTM Mauler - Martin

Foreign-Built Bomber Aircraft, 1910-1962

* Airco DH.4 - Airco and De Havilland
* Airco DH.9A - Airco and De Havilland
* Caproni Ca.44 - Caproni
* Macchi M.8 - Macchi

Drone

Antisubmarine, 1959-1962

* DSN DASH - Gyrodyne (redesignated H-50 in 1962)

Target, 1942-1946

* TDC Cadet - Culver
* TD2C Cadet - Culver
* TD3C - Culver
* TD4C - Culver
* TDD - Radioplane
* TD2D Katydid - McDonnell
* TD3D - Frankfort
* TD4D - Radioplane
* TDL Airacobra - Bell
* TDN - Naval Aircraft Factory
* TD2N - Naval Aircraft Factory
* TD3N - Naval Aircraft Factory
* TDR - Interstate
* TD2R - Interstate
* TD3R - Interstate

Unpiloted, 1946-1955

* XUC - Culver

Unified sequence, 1945-1962

* KDA Firebee - Ryan
* KDB Cardinal - Beechcraft (redesignated MQM-61 in 1962)
* KD2B - Beechcraft
* KDC - Curtiss-Wright
* KD2C Snipe - Curtiss-Wright
* KD3C Snipe - Curtiss-Wright
* KDD Katydid - McDonnell (formerly TD2D - redesignated KDH in 1946)
* KDG Snipe - Globe
* KD2G Firefly - Globe
* KD3G Snipe - Globe
* KD4G Quail - Globe
* KD5G - Globe
* KD6G Firefly - Globe
* KDH Katydid - McDonnell
* KDM Plover - Martin
* KDN Gorgon IIB - Naval Aircraft Factory
* KD2N Gorgon - Martin/Naval Aircraft Factory
* KDR Quail - Radioplane
* KD2R Quail - Radioplane (redesignated MQM-36A Shelduck in 1962)
* KD4R - Radioplane
* KDT Teal - Temco
* KDU Regulus - Chance Vought
* KD2U Regulus II - Vought

Fighter, 1910-1922

* Aeromarine AS - Aeromarine
* Curtiss 18 - Curtiss
* Curtiss HA Dunkirk Fighter - Curtiss
* Loening M-8 - Loening
* Naval Aircraft Factory TS - Naval Aircraft Factory
* Vought VE-7 - Vought

Fighter, 1922-1962

* FA - General Aircraft
* F2A - Brewster
* F3A Corsair - Brewster
* FB - Boeing
* F2B - Boeing
* F3B Seahawk - Boeing
* F4B - Boeing
* F5B - Boeing
* F6B - Boeing
* F7B - Boeing
* XF8B - Boeing
* FC - Curtiss
* F2C - Curtiss
* F3C - Curtiss
* F4C - Curtiss
** F5C - "skipped"
* F6C Hawk - Curtiss
* F7C Seahawk - Curtiss
* F8C Falcon - Curtiss
* F8C-2 Helldiver - Curtiss
* F9C Sparrowhawk - Curtiss
* F10C Helldiver - Curtiss
* F11C Goshawk - Curtiss (later redesignated BFC)
* F12C Helldiver - Curtiss (later redesignated SBC)
* F13C - Curtiss
* XF14C - Curtiss
* F15C - Curtiss
* XFD - Douglas
** F2D - "skipped to avoid confusion with McDonnell F2D (later redesignated F2H)"
* F3D Skyknight - Douglas (redesignated F-10 in 1962)
* F4D Skyray - Douglas (redesignated F-6 in 1962)
* F5D Skylancer - Douglas
* F6D Missileer - Douglas
* FD - McDonnell (later redesignated FH)
* F2D Banshee - McDonnell (redesignated F2H on delivery)
* FF Fifi - Grumman
* F2F - Grumman
* F3F - Grumman
* F4F Wildcat - Grumman
* XF5F Skyrocket - Grumman
* F6F Hellcat - Grumman
* F7F Tigercat - Grumman
* F8F Bearcat - Grumman
* F9F Cougar - Grumman (redesignated F-9 in 1962)
* F9F Panther - Grumman
* XF10F Jaguar - Grumman
* F11F Tiger - Grumman (redesignated F-11 in 1962)
* F12F - Grumman
* FG - Eberhart
* F2G - Eberhart
* FG Corsair - Goodyear
* F2G - Goodyear
* FH - Hall-Aluminum Aircraft Corporation
* FH Phantom - McDonnell
* F2H Banshee - McDonnell (redesignated F-2 in 1962)
* F3H Demon - McDonnell (redesignated F-3 in 1962)
* F4H Phantom II - McDonnell (redesignated F-4 1962)
* FJ - Berliner-Joyce
* F2J - Berliner-Joyce
* FJ Fury - North American (redesignated F-1 in 1962)
* FL - Loening
* XFL Airabonita - Bell
* F2L Kingcobra - Bell
* XF3L - Bell
* FM Wildcat - General Motors
* F2M Wildcat - General Motors
* F3M - General Motors
* FN - Seversky
* FO Lightning - Lockheed
* FR Fireball - Ryan
* XF2R Dark Shark - Ryan
* FS Spitfire - Supermarine (designation reserved but never assigned)
* FT - Northrop
* F2T Black Widow - Northrop
* Vought VE-7 Bluebird - Chance Vought
* FU - Chance Vought
* F2U - Chance Vought
* F3U - Chance Vought
* F4U Corsair - Chance Vought
* XF5U - Chance Vought
* F6U Pirate - Chance Vought
* F7U Cutlass - Chance Vought
* F8U-1/-2 Crusader - Chance Vought
* F8U-3 Crusader III - Chance Vought
* XFV - Lockheed
* F2W - Wright
* F3W Apache - Wright
* XFY Pogo - Convair
* F2Y Sea Dart - Convair (redesignated F-7 in 1962)

Foreign-Built Fighters, 1910-1962

* Bristol Bulldog - Bristol Aeroplane Company
* Handlay Page HP 21 HPS - Handley Page
* Hanriot HD-1 - Hanriot
* Macchi M-5 - Macchi
* Nieuport 28 - Nieuport
* Parnall Panther - Parnall
* Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5A - Royal Aircraft Factory
* Sopwith Camel - Sopwith

Glider

Trainer Glider, 1941-1945

* LNE - Pratt-Read/Gould
* LNP Grasshopper - Piper
* LNR Grasshopper - Aeronca
* LNS - Schweizer
* LNT Grasshopper - Taylorcraft

Transport Glider, 1941-1945

* LRA - Allied
* LR2A - Allied
* LRG - AGA Aviation
* LRH - Snead
* LRN - Naval Aircraft Factory
* LR2N - Naval Aircraft Factory
* LRQ - Bristol
* LRW - Waco
* LR2W - Waco
* PS-2 - Franklin

Foreign-Built Glider, 1910-1962

* Prufling

Helicopters

Antisubmarine, 1951-1962

* HSL - Bell
* HSS Seabat/Sea King - Sikorsky

Crane, 1952-1955

* HCH - McDonnell

Observation, 1944-1962

* HOE Hornet - Hiller
* HOG - Gyrodyne
* HOK - Kaman (redesignated H-43 in 1962)
* HOS - Sikorsky
* HO2S - Sikorsky
* HO3S Dragonfly - Sikorsky
* HO4S - Sikorsky (redesignated H-19 in 1962)
* HO5S - Sikorsky

Trainer, 1944-1948

* HNS Hoverfly - Sikorsky

Trainer, 1948-1962

* HTE - Hiller
* HTK Huskie - Kaman (redesignated H-43 in 1962)
* HTL - Bell (redesignated H-13 in 1962)

Transport, 1944-1962

* HRB Sea Knight - Boeing Vertol
* HRH - McDonnell
* HRP Rescuer - Piasecki
* HRS - Sikorsky
* HR2S - Sikorsky (redesignated H-37 in 1962)
* HR3S - Sikorsky

Utility, 1944-1949

* HJD Whirlaway - McDonnell (later redesignated HJH)
* HJH Whirlaway - McDonnell
* HJP - Piasecki
* HJS - Sikorsky

Utilty, 1950-1962

* HUK Huskie - Kaman (redesignated H-43 in 1962)
* HU2K Seasprite - Kaman (redesignated H-2 in 1962)
* HUL - Bell (redesignated H-13 in 1962)
* HUM - McCulloch
* HUP Retriever - Piasecki (redesignated H-25 in 1962)
* HUS Seahorse - Sikorsky (redesignated H-34 in 1962)
* HU2S Sea Guard - Sikorsky

Hospital, 1929-1942

* HE - Piper
* HL - Loening

Marine Expeditionary, 1922-1923

* EM - Elias
* NM - Naval Aircraft Factory

Observation, 1922-1962

* OC Falcon - Curtiss (previously designated F8C)
* O2C Helldiver - Curtiss
* O3C Seagull - Curtiss
* OD - Douglass
* O2D - Douglas
* OE - Cessna (redesignated O-1 in 1962)
* OF - Grumman
* HO - Huff Daland
* OJ - Berliner-Joyce
* OK - Keystone
* OL - Loening/Keystone
* O2L - Loening
* OO - Viking
* Pitcairn XOP - Pitcairn-Cierva
* O2U Corsair - Vought
* O3U Corsair - Vought
* O4U - Vought
* O5U - Vought
* OY - Stinson
* XOZ - Wilford
* EO - Elias

Foreign-Built Observation Aircraft, 1920-1962

* Fokker C.I - Fokker
* Romeo Ro 1 - Romeo
* Sopwith 1½ Strutter - Sopwith

Observation scout, 1935-1945

* OSE - Edo Aircraft Corporation
* XOSN - Naval Aircraft Factory
* OS2N Kingfisher - Naval Aircraft Factory
* OS2U Kingfisher - Vought

Patrol, 1910-1923

* Curtiss Model H - Curtiss
* Curtiss HS - Curtiss
* Curtiss NC - Curtiss
* Felixstowe F5L

Patrol, 1923-1962

* PB - Boeing
* P2B - Boeing
* PD - Douglas
* P2D - Douglas
* P3D - Douglas
* PH - Hall
* P2H - Hall
* PJ - General Aviation
* PK - Keystone
* PM - Martin
* P2M - Martin
* P3M - Martin
* P4M Mercator - Martin
* P5M Marlin - Martin (redesignated P-5 in 1962)
* P6M SeaMaster - Martin
* P7M SubMaster - Martin
* PN - Naval Aircraft Factory
* P2N - Naval Aircraft Factory
** P3N - "skipped"
* P4N - Naval Aircraft Factory
* PO Warning Star - Lockheed
* PS - Sikorsky
* P2S - Sikorsky
* PV-1 Ventura - Lockheed
* PV-2 Harpoon - Lockheed
* P2V Neptune - Lockheed (redesignated P-2 in 1962)
* PY - Consolidated
* P2Y - Consolidated
* P3Y - Consolidated (redesignated PBY before delivery)
* XP4Y - Consolidated (redesignated P-4 in 1962)
* P5Y - Consolidated
* P6Y - Convair

Foreign-Built Patrol Aircraft, 1910-1962

* Donnet-Denhaut Flying Boat
* FBA Type H - FBA
* Levy-Lepen HB-1 -
* Tellier Flying-Boat -
* Vickers Viking - Vickers

Patrol bomber, 1935-1962

* XPBB Sea Ranger - Boeing
* PB2B - Boeing (PBY built by Boeing)
* PBJ Mitchell - North American
* PBM Mariner - Martin
* XPB2M Mars - Martin
* PBN Nomad - Naval Aircraft Factory
* PBO Hudson - Lockheed
* PBS - Sikorsky
* PB2S Catalina - Boeing-Canada
* PBV Cataline - Canadian Vickers
* PBY Catalina - Consolidated (formerly designated P3Y)
* PB2Y Coronado - Consolidated
* XPB3Y - Consolidated
* PB4Y Privateer - Consolidated (redesignated P-4 in 1962)

Patrol torpedo bomber, 1937-1962

* XPTBH - Hall

Pursuit, 1923

* WP - Wright

Racer, 1922-1928

* BR - Bee Line
* CR - Curtiss
* R2C - Curtiss
* R3C - Curtiss
* Curtiss-Cox Cactus Kitten - Curtiss

Research Aircraft, 1910-1962

* Douglas D-558-1 Skystreak - Douglas
* Douglas D-558-2 Skyrocket - Douglas
* Gallaudet D-1, D-4 -

Rotorcycle, 1954-1959

* ROE - Hiller
* RON - Gyrodyne

cout, 1922-1946

* SC - Curtiss
* S2C - Curtiss
* XS3C - Curtiss
* S4C - Curtiss
* SC Seahawk - Curtiss
* SDW - Dayton-Wright
* SE - Bellanca
* SF - Grumman
* XSG - Great Lakes
* SL - Loening
* S2L - Loening
* SS - Sikorsky
* SU Corsair - Vought
* XS - Cox-Klemin

Foreign-Built Scout Aircraft, 1920-1962

* Caspar U-1
* Macchi M.16 - Macchi
* Sopwith Baby - Sopwith

cout bomber, 1934-1946

* SBA - Brewster
* SB2A Buccaneer - Brewster
* SBC Helldiver - Curtiss-Wright
* SB2C Helldiver - Curtiss-Wright
* SB3C - Curtiss-Wright
* SBD Dauntless - Douglas
* SB2D Destroyer - Douglas
* SBF - Grumman
* SBF Helldiver - Fairchild
* SBG - Great Lakes
* SBN - Naval Aircraft Factory
* SBT - Northrop
* SBU - Vought
* SB2U Vindicator - Vought
* XSB3U - Vought
* SBW Helldiver - Canadian Car & Foundry

cout observation, 1934-1946

* SOC Seagull - Curtiss
* SO2C - Curtiss
* SO3C Seamew - Curtiss
* SOE Seagull - Bellanca
* SOK - Fairchild
* SON Seagull - Naval Aircraft Factory
* SOR Seamew - Ryan
** SOU - "skipped to avoid confusion with OSU"
* XSO2U - Vought

cout trainer, 1939-1948

* SNB Navigator - Beechcraft (redesignated C-45 in 1962)
* SNC Falcon - Curtiss
* SNJ Texan - North American
* XSN2J - North American
* SNV Valiant - Vultee

Tanker, 1958-1962

* GV Hercules - Lockheed

Torpedo, 1910-1922

* Aeromarine 700 - Aeromarine

Torpedo, 1922-1935

* TB - Boeing
* CT - Curtiss
* DT - Douglas
* T2D - Douglas
* XT3D - Douglas
* TE - Detroit
* FT - Fokker
* TG - Great Lakes
* MT - Martin
* T2M - Martin
* T3M - Martin
* T4M - Martin
* XT5M - Martin
* XT6M - Martin
* XTN - Naval Aircraft Factory
* XT2N - Naval Aircraft Factory
* ST - Stout

Foreign-Built Torpedo Aircraft, 1920-1962

* BST-1 Swift - Blackburn Aircraft
* Fokker FT-1 - Fokker

Torpedo bomber, 1935-1946

* TBD Devastator - Douglas
* TB2D Skypirate - Douglas
* TBF Avenger - Grumman
* TB2F - Grumman
* TB3F Guardian - Grumman
* TBG - Great Lakes
* TBM Avenger - General Motors
* TBU Sea Wolf - Vought
* TBV Georgia - Vultee
* TBY Sea Wolf - Consolidated

Torpedo scout, 1943-1962

* XTSF - Grumman

Trainer, 1910-1922

* Aeromarine 39 - Aeromarine
* Aeromarine 40 - Aeromarine
* Burgess H
* Burgess-Dunne
* Curtiss N-9 - Curtiss
* Curtiss JN-4 - Curtiss
* Curtiss MF - Curtiss

Trainer, 1922-1948

* NB - Boeing
* N2B - Boeing
** NC - "skipped to avoid confusion with NC flying boats"
* N2C Fledgeling - Curtiss
* NE Grasshopper - Piper
* HN - Huff Daland
* NH - Howard
* NJ - North American
* NK - Keystone
* NL - Langley
** NM - "skipped"
* N2M - Martin
** NN - "skipped"
* N2N - Naval Aircraft Factory
* N3N - Naval Aircraft Factory
** N4N - "reserved but not assigned"
* N5N - Naval Aircraft Factory
* NP - Spartan
* NQ - Fairchild
* NR Recruit - Ryan
* NS - Stearman
* N2S Kaydet - Stearman
* NT - New Standard
* N2T Tutor - Timm
* NY - Consolidated
* N2Y - Consolidated
* N3Y - Consolidated
* N4Y - Consolidated

Trainer, 1948-1962

* XTE - Edo
* TF Trader - Grumman (redesignated C-1 in 1962)
* TJ Texan - North American
* T2J Buckeye - North American (redesignated T-2 in 1962)
* T3J Sabreliner - North American (redesignated T-39 in 1962)
* TO Shooting Star - Lockheed (redesignated T-33 in 1962)
* TT - Temco
* TV Shooting Star - Lockheed
* T2V Sea Star - Lockheed (redesignated T-1 in 1962)

Foreign-Built Trainer Aircraft, 1910-1962

* Morane-Saulnier AR-1 - Morane-Saulnier

Transport, 1931-1962

* RA - Fokker
* RB - Budd
* RC Kingbird - Curtiss
* R2C - Curtiss (reserved but never assigned)
* R3C - Curtiss (reserved but never assigned)
* R4C Condor - Curtiss-Wright
* R5C Commando - Curtiss-Wright
* RD Dolphin - Douglas
* R2D - Douglas
* R3D - Douglas
* R4D - Douglas (redesignated C-47 in 1962)
* R5D - Douglas (redesignated C-54 in 1962)
* R6D - Douglas (redesignated C-118 in 1962)
* RE - Bellanca
* RK Envoy - Kinner
* R2K - Fairchild
* RM - Martin
* RN - Stinson
* RO - Lockheed
* R2O - Lockheed
* R3O - Lockheed
* XR4O - Lockheed
* R5O - Lockheed
* R6O - Lockheed (later redesignated R6V)
* R7O - Lockheed (later redesignated R7V)
* RQ Reliant - Fairchild
* R2Q - Fairchild
* R3Q Reliant - Fairchild
* R4Q - Fairchild
* RR - Ford
* RS - Sikorsky
* RT Delta - Northrop
* R6V - Lockheed (previously designated R6O)
* R7V - Lockheed (previously designated R7O)
* R8V - Lockheed (redesignated C-130 in 1962)
* RY - Consolidated
* R2Y - Consolidated
* R3Y Tradewind - Convair
* R4Y Samaritan - Convair (redesignated C-131 in 1962)
* TA - Fokker
* B-314 - Boeing

Transport, single engine, 1939-1941

* GB Traveler - Beechcraft
* GH Nightingale - Howard
* GK - Fairchild
* GQ Reliant - Stinson

Utility, 1910-1931

* Curtiss Model E - Curtiss
* Curtiss Model F - Curtiss
* Curtiss Model R - Curtiss

Utility, 1931-1955

* JA Norseman - Noorduyn
* JB Traveller - Beechcraft
* JC Kingbird - Curtiss-Wright
* JD Invader - Douglas
* JE - Bellanca
* JF Duck - Grumman
* J2F Duck - Grumman
* J3F Goose - Grumman
* J4F Widgeon - Grumman
* JH - Stearmon-Hammond
* JK - Fairchild
* J2K - Fairchild
* JL - Columbia
* JM Marauder - Martin
* JO - Lockheed
* JQ - Fairchild
* J2Q - Fairchild
* JW - WACO
* J2W - WACO

Utility transport, 1935-1955

* JRB Expeditor - Beechcraft
* JRC Bobcat - Cessna
* JRF Goose - Grumman
* J2RF Albatross - Grumman
* JRK - Nash-Kelvinator (designation reserved but never assigned)
* JRM Mars - Martin
* JRS - Sikorsky
* JR2S Exacalibur - Sikorsky

Utility, 1955-1962

* UC Otter - De Havilland Canada (redesignated U-1 in 1962)
* U2C Beaver - De Havilland Canada (designation not used)
* UF Albatross - Grumman (redesignated U-16 in 1962)
* UO Aztec - Piper Aircraft (redesignated U-11 in 1962)
* UV Hercules - Lockheed (redesignated in C-130 series)

Foreign-Built Utility Aircraft, 1920-1962

* De Havilland XDH-60 Moth - De Havilland
* De Havilland XDH-80 Puss Moth - De Havilland
* Dornier CsII - Dornier
* Junkers-Larsen JL-6 - Junkers-Larsen

ee also

* United States military aircraft serials

References

*
* Fahey, James C. 1946 "U.S. Army Aircraft 1908-1946"

External links

* http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/d/o/dob104/aviation/us/index.html
* http://www.designation-systems.net/index.html
* http://home.att.net/~jbaugher/
* http://www.aerofiles.com/aircraft.html
* http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/
* http://www.microworks.net/pacific/aviation/
* http://fire.prohosting.com/hud607/uncommon/


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