Junkers J.I (J 4) two-seat reconnaissance biplane

Junkers J.I (J 4) two-seat reconnaissance biplane

Here we see the Junkers J.I (J 4) two-seat reconnaissance biplane, the first all metal aircraft to enter mass production. It was used as a ground atttack aircraft from the summer of 1917 onwards, and its metal fuselage made it a robust design, with at most one being lost in combat.

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (4 December 2020), Junkers J.I (J 4) two-seat reconnaissance biplane, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_junkers_J_I_left.html

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