Aircraft Data Sheet: Walrus (1920)

First flight: February 1921
Span: 13.97m/45ft 10ins.
Length: 9.14m/30ft 0ins
Max weight: 2,265kg/4,994lb
Max level speed: 108knots/200kph
Power plant: One 450shp/336kW Napier Lion ll
Total built: 36

The Walrus was a three seat carrier-based spotter-reconnaissance aircraft for use with the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers. The design was based upon an extensively modified DH-9A airframe. A total of 36 aircraft were produced, remaining in service until 1925.