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Consolidated XA-11

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Type Ground attack
Manufacturer Consolidated Aircraft
Status Experimental
Primary user United States Army Air Corps
Number built 4
Developed from Lockheed Y1A-9
Consolidated Y1P-25

The Consolidated XA-11 was an attack version of the 1930s Consolidated Y1P-25. It was the first attack aircraft built for the United States Army Air Corps that was fitted with retractable landing gear.

Only four XA-11s were built, as the Army Air Corps preferred radial engines for attack aircraft.

One XA-11 was modified as a testbed for the Allison V-1710 engine under the XA-11A designation.


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