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Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2d reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC at Sainte-Marie-Cappel, France. Serial number A6516. Crew: pilot Captain Stevens, observer B. C. Cambray. The aircraft has a message displayed on the fuselage reading: 'Presented by the Colony of Mauritius No. 13'

Q Royal Aircraft Factory reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC at Sainte-Marie-Cappel France. Serial number Crew: pilot Captain Stevens observer B

Handley Page O/100

Handley Page O/100

Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2 two-seat reconnaissance and light bomber biplane.

Royal Aircraft Factory two-seat reconnaissance and light bomber biplane.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67973) Mann Egerton Type H (H.1) single seat shipboard fighter biplane.

Mann Egerton Type H single seat shipboard fighter biplane.

During WWI, the lumbering Reconnaissance Experimental 8 was the most widely used British two-seater biplane on the Western Front. A descendant of the R.E.7, it was initially developed for reconnaissance work but also saw service as a bomber and ground attack aircraft. Nicknamed the "Harry Tate," after a well known music hall performer of the day, it provided a stable platform for photographic missions but suffered from poor maneuverability, leaving it vulnerable to attack by enemy fighters.

Royal Aircraft Factory - The Aerodrome - Aces and Aircraft of World War I

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2b two-seat reconnaissance, fighter and bomber pusher biplane.

Royal Aircraft Factory two-seat reconnaissance, fighter and bomber pusher biplane.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR 1914-1918 (Q 67512)   Sopwith 5F.1 Dolphin single-seat fighter biplane. Used for ground attack and high-altitude offensive patrols

Q Sopwith Dolphin single-seat fighter biplane. Used for ground attack and high-altitude offensive patrols

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2d reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC with "L" Type camera at Sainte-Marie-Cappel, France. Serial number A6516. Crew: pilot Captain Stevens, observer B. C. Cambray. The aircraft has a message displayed on the fuselage reading: 'Presented by the Colony of Mauritius No. 13'.

Royal Aircraft Factory reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC with “L” Type camera at Sainte-Marie-Cappel, France.

Line-up of Sopwith Camel biplanes of A Flight, No. 78 Squadron RFC THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS IN TH FIRST WORLD WAR

Q Line-up of Sopwith Camel biplanes of A Flight No.

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.8

Royal Aircraft Factory FE like its near contemporary the Airco DH 2 it was…

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