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Aeg G.i

AEG G.I
Role Bomber
National origin Germany
Manufacturer AEG
First flight early 1915
Introduction 1915
Primary user Luftstreitkräfte
Number built 1
Developed into AEG G.II

The AEG G.I (originally designated as the K.I) was a three-seat, twin-engined German biplane bomber aircraft of World War I. It was tested and found to be viable for air-fighting in the latter half of 1915[1] but performed poorly, necessitating the development of the AEG G.II.

Specifications (AEG G.I)

Data from German Aircraft of the First World War [2]

General characteristics

Performance

Armament
  • Guns: 2 × 7.92 mm (.312 in) machine guns
  • Bombs: 200 kg (440 lb) of bombs

See also

Related development
Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era

References

Notes
  1. ^ van Wyngarden, G (2006). Early German Aces of World War I, Osprey Publishing Ltd. ISBN 1-84176-997-5
  2. ^ Gray and Thetford 1962, p.238.
Bibliography
  • Gray, Peter and Thetford, Owen. German Aircraft of the First World War. London:Putnam, 1970 2nd. Ed..


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