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Albatros D.Va Replica

With its distinctive plywood-skinned oval section streamlined fuselage, the Albatros D.V entered service in May 1917, but from October 1917 was supplemented in large-scale production by the …

Sopwith Dolphin 5FI

The world’s first single seat multi-gun fighter the Dolphin represented a departure from traditional Sopwith fighter design. In place of the rotary engines so characteristic of the …

Fokker DVII

The Fokker D.VII was the equal of, if not better than, the British SE5s, Camels and French SPADs and is considered to be one of the outstanding …

Avro 504K

The Avro 504k is one of the greatest training aircraft ever built. It was used to equip training units first in the Royal Flying Corps and later …

Sopwith F1 Camel

So famous the Arabs named an animal after itJ.M. Ramsden Waspish wilful intolerantJ.M. Bruce The Camel designed by Thomas Sopwith was the highest scoring fighter of World …

Bristol F.2b Fighter

The Bristol Fighter was designed in 1916 as a replacement for the B.E. two-seaters. No.48 Squadron received the first production aircraft and introduced them into service during …

Sopwith Pup

The Pup, thought of by its pilots as the perfect flying machine, was used extensively by the Royal Naval Air Service and the Royal Flying Corps both …

Bristol M1c

In the spring of 1916 casualties among Royal Flying Corps’ aircrew began to mount as their aircraft were no match for the Fokker monoplanes used by the …

Caudron G3

The Caudron G3 first appeared in France in May 1914 but saw no British military service before World War One began. During the early months of war …