The legendary Sopwith Camel was the backbone of British airpower during World War I with over 5,000 produced. Armed with twin synchronized Vickers machine guns, the Camel permitted British pilots to keep pace with the rapid advances in aircraft design at the time.
Royal Flying Corps
No. 70 Squadron
Ypres, Belgium Aug. 1917
Features historical overview and statistics of the aircraft provided by plane-encylopedia.com
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