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Sopwith F.1 Camel - Great Britain

F.1 Camel
Serial: A (B6289)
Unit: "A" Flight, 10 (Naval) Sqn, RNAS

Flown by FSL H.L.Nelson with 'A' Flight, No. 10 Squadron (later to become No. 210 Squadron, RAF), based at Treizennes.

No. 10 Squadron had three flights, A with black and white stripes from the hood to the cockpit section; B flight had red and white stripes and C flight sported medium blue and white stripes. The wheel covers of all three flights show a large selection of different patterns such as checkerboards, stripes, circles and stars on a white ground, but the patterns itself were always in the colours of its flight A (black), B (red), or C (blue).


Artist: unknown
Source: "Great Aircraft of the World", Book Editor: Len Cacutt Publishers: Marshall Cavendish Books Ltd. 58 Old Compton Street, London W1V 5PA
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