|Role||Armed tractor biplane|
|National origin||United Kingdom|
|Manufacturer||Robey & Company Limited|
|First flight||May 1917|
|Primary user||Royal Naval Air Service|
The gun-carrier was a single-engined three-bay biplane powered by a 250 hp (186 kW) Rolls-Royce engine. The Gun-Carrier had a gondola on each of the upper wings to carry a Davis gun (a form of recoilless rifle) and a gunner, while the pilot sat alone in a cockpit in the rear fuselage, just forward of the aircraft's tail. He was provided with windows in the sides of the cockpit to improve the extremely poor view caused by the cockpit's location. Two were ordered for the RNAS in May 1916 but the first aircraft (serial number 9498) crashed on its maiden flight from Bracebridge Heath in May 1917. The second aircraft was not completed and no others were built.
- Royal Naval Air Service, two ordered but only one built.
Data from 
- Crew: 3 (pilot and two air-gunners)
- Length: 29 ft 6 in (8.99 m)
- Wingspan: 56 ft 6 in (16.62 m)
- Powerplant: 1 × Rolls-Royce Eagle piston engine, 250 hp (186 kW)
- provision for 2× 2-pdr Davis guns (not fitted)
- Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era
- Related lists
- Sturtivant and Page 1992, p. 163.
- Mason 1992, pp. 114–115.