AEG G.I
1915
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AEG G.I

AEG G.I to G.V was a series of twin-engined biplane bombers that appeared between 1915 and 1918. The engine power, overall dimensions and bomb-carrying capacity increased with each new version. Initial version was the three-seat K.I (later redesignated G.I) powered by 74.5kW Mercedes D.I engines. The G.I had a crew of two, consisting of the pilot and the rear gunner. Performance was poor and so led to the development of the G.II.

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Barry, 13.05.2016

Span 52'6" Length 28'4" Height 11'4" Wing area 635 sq ft
Empty weight 2,560 lb Max take off weight 4,320 lb
Max speed 78 mph Range 280 miles Service ceiling 7,875 ft
Armament 2 x 7.92 mm machine guns 440 lb bombs

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