The Curtiss Model 67 BF2C-1 Goshawk & Model 68 Hawk III were United States 1930s naval biplane aircraft that saw limited success but were part of a long line of Hawk Series airplanes made by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company for the American military, and for export.

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Curtiss BFC-2 Goshawk
Curtiss BFC-2 Goshawk

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Role Carrierborne Fighter & Fighter-Bomber
Manufacturer Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
Introduction 1933
Retired 1949
Primary users Republic of China
United States Navy
Royal Thai Air Force
Argentine Air Force
Produced October 1934
Number built 164 plus 2 prototypes
Developed from Curtiss F11C Goshawk
Crew: one
Length: 7.17 m; Wingspan: 9.6 m; Height: 3.03 m
Empty weight: 1.509 kg; Max. takeoff weight: 2.065 kg
Maximum speed: 362 km/h; Cruise speed: 253 km/h
Range: 1.167 km
Service ceiling: 8.,230 m
Rate of climb: 655 m/min
Powerplant: 1 × Wright R-1820-04 „Cyclone“ air-cooled radial engine, 770 hp (574 kW)