Facts and ideas on the Caproni CA.310 WWII lightweight bombing aircraft.
Ninety-two point four percent (92.4%) of the Caproni Ca .310 were sent back to the company that made them because of dysfunctions and flaws in the design. To begin with, here are four flaws in the design of the Caproni Ca.310 that caused it to be discontinued as a military aircraft. First, the aircraft had very low caliber guns to protect it from the an attack (Libeccio) web: 30 Oct. 2015. Second, the aircraft had an even lower amount of bullet resistant so it couldn't be in a fight for very long (Libeccio) web: 30 Oct. 2015. Third, it had a small amount of room to hold bombs and it couldn’t hold over 1,000 pounds (Libeccio) web: 30 Oct. 2015. Finally, it had a lot of small scale dysfunctions that ended up causing it to be discontinued. so this concludes the main contributors that made the Caproni …show more content…
Second, they could have used higher powered weaponry on the aircraft which would have made it able to have the ability to be both offensive and defensive in a combat situation (“Caproni Ca.310”). Third, they could have made the bomb capacity on it a lot larger which would make it able to bomb a larger area (“Caproni Ca.310”). Finally, these changes would have most likely made the Caproni Ca.310 a much larger and effective Bomber.
Additionally, some Other things that it could have still been used for. First, it could have been an anti infantry fighter (“Caproni Ca.310”). Second, it could have been used as a recon plane (“Caproni Ca.310”). Third it could have been used as an infantry transport or a vehicle transport. finally these uses could have made the Caproni Ca.310 a more valuable