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Do 23
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First flight

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Primary user

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The Dornier Do 23 was a German medium bomber of the 1930s.

Design and development

The earlier Do 11 had exhibited several problems, so two initiatives were launched to address those shortcomings. The first resulted in the Do 13. The second effort was a more extensive rework which resulted in the Do 23. Several of the handling problems were thus corrected, but performance of the Do 23 was still considered mediocre, and it saw a limited service life, being phased out of front-line service by the late 1930s. It was replaced by aircraft such as the Heinkel He 111, but it did go on to serve and see action in World War II in the Czech branch of the Luftwaffe.

Variants

  • Do 23F : Initial production version.
  • Do 23G : Improved version, fitted with two glycol-cooled BMW VIU piston engines.

Operators

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23x15px Kingdom of Hungary

Specifications (Do 23 G)

Data from The Encyclopedia of World Aircraft [1]

General characteristics

Performance

  • Guns: 3 × 7.92 mm (.312 in) MG 15 machine guns (nose, dorsal and ventral positions)
  • Bombs: 1000 kg (2,205 lb) bombs carried internally.
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See also

Related development
Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era

Related lists

References

Notes
  1. ^ Donald 1997, p.344-345
Bibliography
  • Donald, David (editor). The Encyclopedia of World Aircraft. Aerospace Publishing. 1997. ISBN 1-85605-375-X.
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