DAP Beaufighter Mk. 21
DAP Beaufighter Mk.21
Note: Base stats only (no upgrade installed)
Rank III
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Type Heavy Fighter/Torpedo Bomber
Maximum Speed on height 520 km/h
Maximum Altitude 9,382 m
Turn Time 42.2 seconds
Rate of Climb 10 m/s
Takeoff Run 478 m
Armament 4x 20mm Hispano cannons (1132 rds)
4x 12.7mm Browning machine guns (2400 rds)
Turret 1x 7.7mm Browning machine gun (1000 rds)
Burst Mass 7.44kg/s

The DAP Beaufighter Mk. 21 is a British heavy fighter/torpedo bomber currently sitting at Tier III in the British line. Originally created as heavy long-range night fighters, the later Bristol Beaufighters were used as bombers and torpedo bombers. The upfront cost of is 630,000 Lion.


The Beaufighter aircraft series was the first with a radar system, allowing it to participate effectively in night operations. In 1944, after Australia’s aircraft manufacturing contract expired, Beaufort’s Department of Aircraft Production was commissioned to build 500 aircraft based on the Beaufighter Mk.X. The Australian version of the aircraft was named the Beaufighter Mk.21 and differed from its predecessor in its nose cone, the replacement of the 7.69mm machine guns with Browning M2 12.7mm guns, and the replacement of its Hercules XVII engine with a Hercules CVII (1600 hp).

But only 364 of these aircraft were built, since the war ended before completion of the first order and the rest of the torpedo bombers production was cancelled.