By J. M. Bruce
Of all of the seaplanes to serve with the RNAS, and latt erly RAF, in th e 1914-1918 struggle, the ungainly brief 184 surely continues to be the easiest recognized. It was once, to take advantage of that overworked aeronautical cliche, one of many conflicts nice workhorses. Its under aesthetic visual appeal matched the unremarkable nature of its battle time occupation, but it served in quite a few kinds from 1915 correct as much as the Armistice and past - certainly it remained in creation until eventually the top of 1918. there have been a few claims to popularity. No.842 was once the 1st ever aeroplane to torpedo an enemy vessel in motion one other, 8359, was once at Jutland and segments of it live to tell the tale to today at Yeoviltons recognized Fleet Air Arm Museum, a a bit of forlorn memorial to a kind that richly merits it position in aviation historical past.