Air International 1987-11
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Fighter A to Z
Подобно большинству самолетов авиации Российской империи, этот Type L мог эксплуатироваться на лыжном шасси.
By fortuity, the Type L was to be flown on occasions as a single-seat fighter and was to be the first such with a fixed forward-firing gun. The example of the Type L illustrated belonged to the Russian Military Air Fleet.
The Type I was fundamentally a Type N with a more powerful engine
The Type G fighter was a refined development of the basic Type G of 1912, but was built after the Type N and was not manufactured in series.
The Type N, unofficially known as the "Morane Bullet”, was fitted with propeller-mounted bullet deflectors for its single machine gun.
The Type V was a somewhat larger aircraft built in parallel with Type I.
The Type G fighter was a refined development of the basic Type G of 1912, but was built after the Type N and was not manufactured in series.
The second single-seat fighter version of the Type P reconnaissance two-seater which mounted twin synchronised guns.
The second single-seat fighter version of the Type P reconnaissance two-seater which mounted twin synchronised guns.