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World War I Aircraft By Name - The Aerodrome
15 rows · World War I Aircraft by Name: 1: A.E.G. C.IV: 2: A.E.G. G.IV: 3: AGO C.II: 4: Airco D.H.2: 5: ...
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WWI Aircraft | Military Aviation Museum
The Nieuport model XI (11) was a French biplane of World War I, most often referred to as the ‚ÄúBebe‚ÄĚ or the Nieuport Scout. It is famous as one of the aircraft that put an end to the first ‚ÄúFokker scourge‚ÄĚ by putting more formidable planes in the sky against the Germans.
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WW1 US Aircraft - Military Factory
Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. Immediate pre-war and post-war types and X-planes are also included in this listing. 1. ‚Ä¶
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WW1 Aircraft - Military Factory
1918. Aeromarine 40 Flying Boat Trainer Biplane Aircraft. 9. 1915. AGO C.I Twin-Seat, Single-Engine Pusher Reconnaissance Biplane Aircraft. 10. 1915. AGO C.II Reconnaissance Biplane Aircraft. 11.
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WW1 Fighter Aircraft - Military Factory
Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. Advertisements. 1. 1917. AEG D.I Biplane Fighter Prototype Aircraft. 2. 1917. AEG Dr.I Triplane Fighter Prototype Aircraft. 3.
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List of World War I Entente aircraft - Wikipedia
157 rows · Apr 17, 2005 · Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12: UK: fighter: 1915: Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2: UK: ‚Ä¶
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What types of planes were there in WW1?
Types of WWI Aircraft Bristol Type 22 - British two-seater fighter plane. Fokker Eindecker - Single-seat German fighter plane. ... Siemens-Schuckert - Single-seat German fighter plane. Sopwith Camel - Single-seat British fighter plane. Handley Page 0/400 - Long range British bomber. Gotha G V - Long range German bomber.
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What were planes used for in World War 1?
The first use of airplanes in World War I was for reconnaissance. The airplanes would fly above the battlefield and determine the enemy's movements and position. One of the first major contributions of airplanes in the war was at the First Battle of the Marne where Allied reconnaissance planes spotted a gap in the German lines.
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