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AEG J.I/J.II

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AEG J.I
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

The aircraft equipped with 20 mm Becker cannon. It was tested in February-March 1918. This configuration was considered by Indflieg unsuccessful for J-class airplanes.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

Discussion: Comments
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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | AEG J.I
05/08/2013

AEG J.I
Unit: FAA 250
Serial: J.151/17

Belgium, Summer 1917.

Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Avia-Hobby

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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | FAA 250 | AEG J.I | J.151/17
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Artist: unknown
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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | FAA 250 | AEG J.I | J.151/17
05/08/2013

AEG J.I
Unit: unknown
Serial: J.158/17

The airfield of Nieder-Neuendorf company. One of the 10 airplanes of the first production bunch ordered in March 1917. Note stabilizing vane mounted on the turret.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

Discussion: Comments
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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | AEG J.I | J.158/17
05/08/2013

AEG J.I
Unit: Fl.Alt.255
Serial: J.159/17

Western Front, Summer 1917.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | Fl.Alt.255 | AEG J.I | J.159/17
05/08/2013

AEG J.I
Unit: unknown
Serial: J.203/17

Western Front, end of 1917. The aircraft equipped with additional control-rods (introduce in September 1917).

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

Discussion: Comments
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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | AEG J.I | J.203/17
05/08/2013

AEG J.I
Unit: Fl.Alt.221
Serial: F (J.216)

This aircraft was ordered in May 1917.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

Discussion: Comments
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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | Fl.Alt.221 | AEG J.I | F (J.216)
05/08/2013

AEG J.I
Unit: Fl.Alt.226
Serial: J.231/17

This aircraft crashed in the end of 1917.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | Fl.Alt.226 | AEG J.I | J.231/17
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AEG J.Ia
Unit: unknown
Serial: J.512/17

The interim type between J.I and J.II. It had enlarged wings. Tested at Adlershof in August-October 1917. The serial is hypothetical.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | AEG J.Ia | J.512/17
05/08/2013

AEG J.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: J.20

No additional information

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | AEG J.II | J.20
05/08/2013

AEG J.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: J.527/17

The airplane equipped with experimental six minigun LMG 08/15 'Spandau'. Early 1918. Note: serial number is hypothetical.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

Discussion: Comments
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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | AEG J.II | J.527/17
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