4-5 seat reconnaissance seaplane
2 × Fiat A.74 RC 38
Length 14.1 m, height 5,63 m, span 19,54 m, wing area 50 m2
Empty weight 5470 kg, flying weight 8470 kg
Maximum speed 390 km/h, range 2500 km, service ceiling 6300 m
1 × 12.7 mm  machine gun, 2 × 7.7 mm  machine guns, up to 400 kg  of bombs
Fiat RS 14
The Fiat RS.14 was an Italian long range maritime strategic reconnaissance floatplane. The RS.14 was a four/five seat all-metal cantilever low/mid-wing monoplane powered by two wing-mounted 626 kW (840 hp) Fiat A.74 RC engines. It had a conventional cantilever tail unit with a single fin and rudder. Its undercarriage consisted of two large floats on struts. It had a glazed nose for an observer or bomb aimer. The pilot and copilot sat side by side with a wireless operator's compartment behind them. In the bombing role the RS.14 was fitted with a long ventral gondola to carry various combinations of anti-submarine bombs (up to 400 kg).
The RS.14 was designed by Manlio Stiavelli at the CMASA works at Marina di Pisa. The first of two prototypes flew in May 1939.
A prototype landplane version AS.14 was built and first flown on 11 August 1943. It was designed as a ground-attack aircraft and intended to be armed with a 37 mm  cannon and 12.7 mm machine guns. It was not ordered and no others were built.
The RS.14 went into service with the Italian Air Force with a number of maritime strategic reconnaissance squadrons at bases around the Italian coast and also in Sicily and Sardinia. They were used for convoy escort duties and anti-submarine patrols. After the 1943 Armistice a few survivors were operated by the Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force.and the Luftwaffe. At the end of the war the aircraft were used for liaison duties around the Mediterranean carrying up to four passengers.

MM 35750. Shot down over Switzerland by Swiss fighters, The two-man crew was killed. 
Flieger Erg.Gr.(See) Kamp
Flieger Erg.Gr.(See) Kamp
Flieger Erg.Gr.(See) Kamp