Sopwith Camel RNAS No. 10 Naval Squadron B6299 Sep. 1917 Print




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.

Sopwith Camel
Flown by Flight Lieutenant Norman McGregor
Royal Naval Air Service
No. 10 Naval Squadron
Teteghem, France Sep. 1917

Features historical overview and statistics of the aircraft provided by

By Ed Jackson –

Museum-quality posters made on thick, durable, matte paper.

A statement in any room. These puppies are printed on archival, acid-free paper. Printed in America, sweatshop free

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