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Breguet 14

Breguet 14

Breuguet 14 WWI Metal Bomber Considered by many as one of the technologically best aircraft of the First World War, the Breguet 14 was a French two-seat bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. Introduced in 1917, it was one of the first mass-produced warplanes to use large amounts of metal in its structure, rather than wood.

Breuguet 14 WWI Metal Bomber Considered by many as one of the technologically best aircraft of the First World War,

A German Pfalz Dr.I single-seat triplane fighter aircraft, ca. 1918

World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare

A German Pfalz Dr.I single-seat triplane fighter aircraft, ca. (Photo by San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive via The Atlantic)

Euler Quadruplane.  The Euler Vierdecker of 1917 unusually featured a standard triplane arrangement of fixed wings with a fourth uppermost wing comprising left and right hand articulated surfaces which acted as full-span ailerons. Two examples were built, with different engines.  Also in 1917, Friedrichshafen created the even more unusual Friedrichshafen FF54 scout fighter, which featured narrow-chord second and third wings, with struts connecting only the upper pair and lower pair of…

The Euler Vierdecker of 1917 unusually featured a standard…

Airco DH.10 three-seat heavy bomber. This is the first DH.10 with Liberty engines. Serial number C8860.

Q Airco three-seat heavy bomber. This is the first with Liberty engines.

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 single-seat fighter plane. Bickendorf Aerodrome, Cologne.

Q Royal Aircraft Factory single-seat fighter plane.

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Image used to illustrate the details of the AirCo Biplane Scout Aircraft

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