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AEG J.I/J.II

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AEG J.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: J.II.35?/18

This aircraft was equipped with two LMG 08/15 Spandau machineguns. It wore untypical panting scheme. The serial number is hypothetical most probably this aircraft from batch of 10 airplanes, most of them were not delivered to units.

Artist: © Vjacheslav Chukmasov
Source: Sent by Vjacheslav Chukmasov

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AEG J.I/J.II | Germany (WWI) | AEG J.II | J.II.35?/18
05/08/2013

AEG J.II
Unit: unknown
Serial: J.II.353/18

This aircraft was captured by Americans and exhibited in January 1919 in Trire. It was equipped with four Spandau machineguns. Later series aircraft.

Artist: unknown
Source: Propellerblatt Magazine

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