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AEG G.II
Unit: BAO (Brieftauben Abteilung Ostende)
Serial: G6/15

Crew: pilot - Oblt Georg Zeumer, observer - Lt.Manfred von Richthofen. France, September 1915. Note: profile shows Field Grau painting, but it also may be Yellow; serial number G6/15 is according A.E.Ferko 'Richthofen', but on the photos it more likely looks G5/15.

Zeumer Georg
Richthofen Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von


Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Avia-Hobby

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AEG G.II/III/IV | Germany (WWI) | BAO (Brieftauben Abteilung Ostende) | AEG G.II | G6/15
05/08/2013

AEG G.IV
Unit: unknown
Serial: G180/16

An AEG G.IV (G180/16) flies on a daylight bombing mission during 1917. The rear gunner operated а 7.92 mm Maxim IMG Parabellum machine gun for defense against enemy fighters. The AEG G.IV wears a mottled pale blue and darker blue color scheme for daylight operations.

Artist: © Don Greer
Source: 'German Bombers of World War I', In Action No.1173, by Peter Cooksley, Squadron/Signal Publication

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AEG G.II/III/IV | Germany (WWI) | AEG G.IV | G180/16
05/08/2013

AEG G.IV
Unit: unknown
Serial: G585/17

France, May 1917.

Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Avia-Hobby

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AEG G.II/III/IV | Germany (WWI) | AEG G.IV | G585/17
05/08/2013

AEG G.IV
Unit: Bomberstaffel 19, Bogohl 4
Serial: G581/17

Bazuel, France, circa 1918.

Artist: unknown
Source: "War Machine". Volume 12, Issue 133. Orbis Publishing Ltd. (c) Aerospace Publishing Ltd 1986 Colour profiles, diagrams and cutaway drawings (c) Pilot Press Ltd.

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AEG G.II/III/IV | Germany (WWI) | Bomberstaffel 19, Bogohl 4 | AEG G.IV | G581/17
05/08/2013

AEG G.IV
Unit: unknown
Serial: G1125/16

This aircraft was shot down by British anti-aircraft fire over Aichet-le-Grand,Этот самолет был сбит британскими зенитками над Aichet-le-Grand, Франция 23-го декабря 1917 г. Британцы захватили самолет и обозначили как G.105. Самолеты AEG G.IV использовались изначально немцами в качестве машин для непосредственной огневой поддержки на поле боя. France on 23 December 1917. The British captured the aircraft intact and re-registered the bomber as G.105. AEG G.IV's primarily flew close air support and battlefield interdiction missions on the Western Front.

Artist: © Ernesto Cumpian
Source: 'German Bombers of World War I', In Action No.1173, by Peter Cooksley, Squadron/Signal Publication

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AEG G.II/III/IV | Germany (WWI) | AEG G.IV | G1125/16
05/08/2013

AEG G.IV
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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AEG G.II/III/IV | Germany (WWI) | AEG G.IV
05/08/2013

AEG G.IVk
Unit: unknown
Serial: 503/18

Attack variant of bomber equipped with 20 mm cannons. Five G.IVk were ordered in March 1918 and tested in April 1918. Aircraft wore production painting.

Artist: © Robert Craig Johnson
Source: Archives of Chandelle

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AEG G.II/III/IV | Germany (WWI) | AEG G.IVk | 503/18
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