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AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 69649)   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'. Note the 3 Lewis gun.

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

A German pilot leans confidently against the wing of his Albatross D. III holding the leash of his dog, ca. 1917 or 1918. Colorized by Richard Downs (Warbird Information Exchange).

A confident Lt. Heinrich Gontermann poses with his Albatros scout and ground crew, 1916 .

Albatros ~ BFD

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BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67871)   Cockpit of a Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 single-seat fighter biplane.

Cockpit of a Royal Aircraft Factory single-seat fighter biplane.

Jagdstaffel 2 est devenu le deuxième plus haut score unité de chasse (derrière Jasta 11 ), elle mettrait fin à la guerre avec 25 aces et un total de 336 victoires et une liste victime de seulement 44, 31 morts, 9 blessés, 2 prisonniers de guerre, et 2 tués dans des accidents. Jasta 2 marques étaient généralement empennages en noir et blanc et les ascenseurs (haut et bas)-un côté, noirs d'un côté blanc.

Jasta 2 (known as Jasta Boelcke) was one of the best-known German Luftstreitkräfte Squadrons in World War I. Its first commanding officer was the great aerial tactician Oswald Boelcke,

GERMAN AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67779) Pflaz D.VII fighter biplane.

GERMAN AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67779) Pflaz D.VII fighter biplane.

Curtiss P-40 Warhawk fighter aircraft being manufactured    From World War II: The Invasion of Poland and the Winter War, part 2 of a weekly 20-part retrospective of World War II - an epic undertaking.    Thanks to the excellent Kateoplis for the submission

xplanes: ““Curtiss Warhawk fighter aircraft being manufactured, likely in Buffalo, New York, ca From World War II: The Invasion of Poland and the Winter War, part 2 of a weekly

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Nieuport 17 biplano WW1:

WWI biplane Nieuport 17 in the French Aviation Militaire paint work.

Royal Flying Corps pilots assemble with their S.E.5a Scouts, one of the fastest aircraft of the war.

Royal Flying Corps pilots assemble with their Scouts, one of the fastest aircraft of the war. Like many British aircraft the used the superb French Hispano-Suiza Engine

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