Fairey Fawn         J7198                                                (c/n


                                       The Fairey Fawn was developed to replace the D.H.9A in the light bomber role, and was a stop
                                       gap type used until more sophisticated machines such as the Fairey Fox could be designed. Two
                                       basic versions were built.  The Mk I (seen above) had the 450 hp Napier Lion II engine, whilst
                                       the Mk II was powered by the Lion V whuch developed some 500 h.p.   Including the prototypes,
                                       some 75 Fawns were built and used from 1924 until 1929.