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Designation: OQ-3

Radioplane OQ-3

Radioplane OQ-3

A picture of the Radioplane OQ-3

The OQ-3 is a radio-controlled target drone manufactured during World War II for both the Army and the Navy.  They were used to train anti-aircraft gunners.  The design was developed from a radio-controlled model aircraft for hobby flying.  Beginning in 1950 several versions of the model were developed for use as gunnery targets.  The OQ-3 is the last version built.  It is constructed of a steel-tube fuselage and wooden wings covered with fabric.  The drones were launched with a small catapult and were recovered by means of a parachute.  Between 5,000 and 6,000 of them were built between 1943 and 1945.

Wingspan 12 ft

Wingspan

Length 9 ft

Length

Weight 97lbs (loaded)

Weight

Max. Speed 103 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 2,000 ft

Service Ceiling

Engines One Radioplane O-15-3 two-cylinder with 8 horsepower

Engine


Manufacturer
Radioplane

Markings
United States Army, 1945

Designation
OQ-3

Serial Number
UNKNOWN

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