The first American naval aircraft to feature hydraulically operated folding wings, and also the US Navy's first carrier-based monoplane torpedo-bomber to enter production, was the Douglas TBD Devastator. First flown in prototype form on 15 April 1935, the first production TBD-1s were delivered to US Navy Squadron VT-3 on 5 October 1937. Of 75 Devastators on strength with the US Navy on 3 June 1942, 37 were lost during the Battle of Midway.

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something to look at. I am building a c 130 from Ernie Palmer 87 inch wing span. If you decide to build a 4 engine plane think of all the wires in the wing. 8 servos and 4 motors.
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