Stearman

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Stearman is a common name for the Boeing-Stearman Model 75, a training biplane used during World War II.

It may also refer to:

  • Stearman Aircraft, the company that produced the Model 75, and other aircraft, and was a subsidiary of Boeing after 1934
  • Lloyd Stearman (1898–1975), an American aviation pioneer, and founder of Stearman Aircraft
  • Lloyd Stearman Field, also known as Benton Airpark, is an airport in Benton, Kansas, USA
  • Richard Stearman (born 1987), is an English football player for Wolverhampton Wanderers