BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR. Sopwith Triplane Royal Naval Air Service prototype single seat flying scout at St Pol, June 1916. Serial number N500.
Nieuport 23 C.1
FRENCH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR 1914 - 1918 (Q 68144) Nieuport 12 two-seat corps reconnaissance aircraft. Serial number N9233. RNAS Station Chingford.
Des accidents à l'ancienne
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World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare
A German Pfalz Dr.I single-seat triplane fighter aircraft, ca. 1918. (San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive)
Hawker Tempest V vs V1
Pale blue Fokker Dr 1 Triplane of 48 kill ace Werner Voss, with his personal mechanics in the foreground. He was killed flying this aircraft in September 1917 when fighting alone against 8 SE5a fighters of the elite 56 Sqn: he shot holes in all of them.
A British ‘Bristol’ and a German ‘Fokker’ collide in mid-air during a dogfight… Un Britannique « Bristol
ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE RNAS 1914-1918 (HU 67826) Sopwith Triplane, N5431, of C Squadron, No. 2 (Naval) Wing, on the ground at Mudros. N5431 was the only Triplane to serve overseas with the RNAS, and accounted for five enemy machines in the Aegean theatre in 1917, while flown by Flight Sub-lieutenant H T Mellings.