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

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.

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | AMF DH.4 | A????
05/08/2013

AMF DH.4
Unit: unknown
Serial: A2129

Aircraft Manufacturing Company built aircraft with Eagle III and short undercarriage.

Artist: unknown
Source: Air Enthusiast. The Historic Aviation Journal. A Fly Past Magazine. Issue 106. July - August 2003.

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | AMF DH.4 | A2129
05/08/2013

AMF DH.4
Unit: RFC
Serial: A7459

One of British aircraft De Havilland (Airco) DH.4 with engine RAF 3a prepared in summer 1917 for long-distance recognition of Kiel channel in Summer 1917. Planes with special camouflage were painted light brown with random light-blue speckles (on all surfaces). Blue colour of marking is very light on the displayed plane, also white strip in the tricolour on rudder was re-painted by grey colour. Serial number (A7459) on fuselage and on rudder was overpainted.

Artist: unknown
Source: Letecktvi I kosmonautika (L+K) Magazine

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | RFC | AMF DH.4 | A7459
05/08/2013



Artist: © Richard Ward
Source: "The de Havilland DH.4" by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.26
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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | RFC | AMF DH.4 | A7459
05/08/2013

AMF DH.4
Unit: 18 Sqn, RFC
Serial: A (A7466)

La Belle Vue airfield, Doullens, France, 1917.

Artist: © Richard Ward
Source: "The de Havilland DH.4" by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.26

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 18 Sqn, RFC | AMF DH.4 | A (A7466)
05/08/2013

AMF DH.4
Unit: 18 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 7 (A7553)

Crew: Lt J.Carling and Lt E.Farncombe (October). France, August-October 1917.

Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Avia-Hobby

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 18 Sqn, RFC | AMF DH.4 | 7 (A7553)
05/08/2013

AMF DH.4
Unit: 55 Sqn, 'B' Flight, RFC
Serial: M (A7624)

Aircraft Manufacturing Company built aircraft with Eagle V in service with 55 Squadron, Valenciennes, April 1916.

Artist: unknown
Source: British Aviation Squadron Markings of World War I: RFC, RAF, RNAS

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 55 Sqn, 'B' Flight, RFC | AMF DH.4 | M (A7624)
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Artist: unknown
Source: Air Enthusiast. The Historic Aviation Journal. A Fly Past Magazine. Issue 106. July - August 2003.
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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 55 Sqn, 'B' Flight, RFC | AMF DH.4 | M (A7624)
05/08/2013

AMF DH.4
Unit: 49 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 6 (A7694)

La Belle Vue airfield, Doullens, France, 1918.

Artist: © Richard Ward
Source: "The de Havilland DH.4" by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.26

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 49 Sqn, RFC | AMF DH.4 | 6 (A7694)
05/08/2013

AMF DH.4
Unit: 18 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 5 (A7712)

This example was one of those fitted with the RAF.3a water-cooled V-12 engine and was delivered to No.18 Squadron, RFC, in June 1917. Although DH.4/9s were kept above 15,000 ft (4572 m) to avoid local ground fire, No.18 Squadron did low-level attacks on the advancing enemy troops in March 1918.

Artist: © Keith Fretwell
Source: "Great Aircraft of the World", Book Editor: Len Cacutt Publishers: Marshall Cavendish Books Ltd. 58 Old Compton Street, London W1V 5PA
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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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 18 Sqn, RFC | AMF DH.4 | 5 (A7712) Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 18 Sqn, RFC | AMF DH.4 | 5 (A7712)
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AMF DH.4
Unit: 2 Sqn, RNAS
Serial: R (A7845)

Aircraft Manufacturing Company built aircraft fitted with Eagle VIII engine. It joined 2 Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service, in January 1918. It was fitted with a long focal length camera which required the fairing to be carried under the gunner/photographer's position. It was withdrawn from service in March 1918.

Artist: unknown
Source: Air Enthusiast. The Historic Aviation Journal. A Fly Past Magazine. Issue 106. July - August 2003.

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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 2 Sqn, RNAS | AMF DH.4 | R (A7845)
05/08/2013

Westland DH.4
Unit: 5 Sqn, RNAS
Serial: M (N5967)

Spring 1918. The plane built by Westland.

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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Airco DH.4 | Great Britain | 5 Sqn, RNAS | Westland DH.4 | M (N5967)
05/08/2013

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