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Airco DH.4 - Great Britain

AMF DH.4
Serial: A????
Unit: unknown

Aircraft Manufacturing Company built aircraft as painted at Bacton, Norfolk, in the Summer of 1917. It and A7457 were modified and camouflaged for a project photographic reconnaissance of the Kiel Canal. The sortie never took place. The all-over camouflage was described as sly blue and biscuit.


Artist: unknown
Source: Air Enthusiast. The Historic Aviation Journal. A Fly Past Magazine. Issue 106. July - August 2003.
Airco DH.4 - Great Britain | AMF DH.4 | A????

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