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Pup
Unit: CFS, RFC
Serial: C374

Central Flying School, 1918.

Artist: © Ray L.Rimell
Source: Albatros Productions Ltd
Source: Sent by M.Zhirokhov

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | CFS, RFC | Pup | C374
05/08/2013

Pup
Unit: ? Sqn, RNAS
Serial: N5186

The Sopwith Pup armed with rockets served in RNAS within several squadrons. It got to 8th squadron to Dunkerque, later to 3rd squadron and finally to the 4th squadron, where it crashed. A photo of this machine was taken on 25th of October 1916.

Artist: unknown
Source: Letalda

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | ? Sqn, RNAS | Pup | N5186
05/08/2013

Pup "Black Arrow"
Unit: 3 Sqn, RNAS
Serial: P (N6171)

This a/c was flown by FSLt. E.Pierce, 3rd Squadron RNAS, April-May 1917. Between April and May 1917 Pierce claimed four Albatros fighters in this plane before it was damaged in a crash landing by FSLt. O.C.LeBoutillier on May 6th. After repair and a short stint at the Seaplane Defense Flight at St. Pol in July 1917, the plane served out its remaining time as a training airframe. The Sopwith-built airplane.

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | 3 Sqn, RNAS | Pup "Black Arrow" | P (N6171)
05/08/2013

Pup "Bobs"
Unit: 4 Sqn, RNAS
Serial: N6200

Pilot - F/L A.M.Shook. Bray Dunes, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, April 1917.

Shook Alexander MacDonald


Artist: © Ray L.Rimell
Source: Albatros Productions Ltd
Source: Sent by M.Zhirokhov

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | 4 Sqn, RNAS | Pup "Bobs" | N6200
05/08/2013



Artist: © Rick Kent
Source: Sent by Rick Kent
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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | 4 Sqn, RNAS | Pup "Bobs" | N6200
05/08/2013

William Beardmore Pup
Unit: ? Sqn, RNAS
Serial: N6430

This Sopwith Pup manufactured by William Beardmore Co Ltd. Fl.Sub.Lt.Bernard Arthur Smart started with this machine, serving in RNAS, on 21st of August 1917 and shot the Zeppelin L-23 down.

Bernard Arthur Smart


Artist: unknown
Source: Letalda

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | ? Sqn, RNAS | William Beardmore Pup | N6430
05/08/2013

Beardmore Type 9901a "Julia"
Unit: Walmer Defence Flight, RNAS
Serial: N6442

This a/c was flown by 1st.Lt. J.A. Shaw during anti Gotha duties at the Walmer Defense Flight in June 1917.

Shaw J.A.


Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | Walmer Defence Flight, RNAS | Beardmore Type 9901a "Julia" | N6442
05/08/2013

Naval Pup
Unit: RNAS
Serial: unknown

The aircraft equipped with sprung skied undercarriage used for deck landing trials on the aircraft carrier HMS Furious, RNAS, 1917.
HMS Furious (47)


Artist: © Richard Ward
Source: "The Sopwith Pup" by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.13

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | RNAS | Naval Pup
05/08/2013

Naval Pup (Beardmore Type 9901a)
Unit: RNAS
Serial: N6452

Squadron Commander E.H.Dunning's Naval Pup. The aircraft used for his fatal second attempt to land on HMS Furious on 7 August 1917. He was killed. Lewis gun was not mounted on third flight.

Dunning Edwin Harris

HMS Furious (47)


Artist: © James Goulding
Source: "The Sopwith Pup" by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.13

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | RNAS | Naval Pup (Beardmore Type 9901a) | N6452
05/08/2013

Naval Pup (Beardmore Type 9901a)
Unit: RNAS
Serial: N6453

Pilot - Squadron Commander E.H.Dunning. HMS Furious, Summer 1917. This is Beardmore build RNAS Sopwith Pup. The original designation of this type was Admiralty Type 9901, but the nickname 'Pup' was more common.

On 2nd August 1917, Squadron Commander Edwin Harris Dunning (17 July 1892 - 7 August 1917, DSC), landed the Beardmore build Sopwith Pup N6453 successfully on board HMS Furious. He became the first person to land an aircraft on a moving ship. He flew alongside the Furious, and as he lowered his speed he was virtually hovering in relation to the deck. He then side-slipped over the ship and waiting crewmen grabbed prepared ropes and literally pulled the plane down, while Dunning cut the engine at the same time. Dunning attempted a further landing five days later, but this time instructed the crew not to grab the ropes until the plane had touched down. The machine gun was not mounted on this flight. Something went wrong (it has been variously reported as the engine stalling, or a tyre bursting or an updraft caught his port wing) but whatever the cause the plane crashed over the side and into the sea. Dunning was knocked unconscious and drowned before he could be rescued. Further attempts to land using this technique were banned.

Dunning Edwin Harris

HMS Furious (47)


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Source: unknown

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Sopwith Pup | Great Britain | RNAS | Naval Pup (Beardmore Type 9901a) | N6453
05/08/2013

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