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Nieuport 17/21/23/24/25/27 - Great Britain

Nieuport 17
Serial: A6684
Unit: 29 Sqn, RFC

This aircraft was forced to land behind enemy lines on April 29th, 1917, whilst being flown by Sgt.G.Humble. Note the lack of a Lewis gun on the centre section. This aircraft has British national markings on the fuselage and converted French markings on the wings. The broad red band on the fuselage is the squadron insignia.


Artist: © Pete West
Source: Air International Magazine, January 1995 (Vol.48, No.1)
Nieuport 17/21/23/24/25/27 - Great Britain | Nieuport 17 | 29 Sqn, RFC | A6684

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