Developed from the CW-19 and CW-21 Demon. The prototype CW-A22 Falcon NC18067 was used as a company demonstrator. The production aircraft was known as Model 22 or CW-22. Sold to the United States Navy as a trainer. Also, purchased by the Netherlands East Indies Air Force (NEIAF).
US Navy designation. One is on display at the U.S. Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation (NMNA)
Crew 1-2 (pilot, observer)
Engine Wright R-975 Whirlwind air-cooled radial engine 450 hp with two bladed propeller
Length 9' 11"
Height 9' 11"
Maximum Speed 198 mph
Range 780 miles
Armament 2 x 30 caliber machine guns in the nose plus light bombs on wing racks