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George Miles, Technical Director and Chief Designer, designed two scale-model aircraft of this type, the Miles 35, a ship-borne fighter, and the Miles 39, a twin-engined machine which could be used as a bomber. He then worked on a plane for a six engined bomber. The Miles 35 was considered particularly suitable as a ship-borne fighter as the pilot has an unrestricted view while the wingspan is smaller than an orthodox aircraft- two important factors when landing a machine on the restricted space of an aircraft carrier, 19 May 1944.
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