Pressed into service on the Western Front in 1917 with the Royal Naval Air Service, The Sopwith Triplane helped cement The Sopwith Company as an extremely innovative British aircraft manufacturer during The Great War.
Flown by Charles Nungesser
No. 1 Squadron – Royal Naval Air Service
Features overview and statistics of the aircraft provided by plane-encylopedia.com
Also brief historical information about the model and tail number.
By Ed Jackson – artbyedo.com
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