The Fairey Seafox was a 1930s British reconnaissance floatplane designed and built by Fairey for the Fleet Air Arm. It was designed to be catapulted from the deck of a light cruiser and served in the Second World War. Of the 66 built, two were finished as landplanes.
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- Seafox No.765, Naval Air Squadron, Lee-on-Solent, GB 1940.
- Seafox No.713, Naval Air Squadron, Mediterranean Theatre, 1939.
Aantal onderdelen; 45 stuks.
- Lang; 140 mm.
- Spanwijdte; 168 mm.