German Albatros B.III Recon Plane

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An early Imperial German Reconnaissance Airplane, The Albatros B.III was produced in very small numbers during the first year of the War (1914-1915). Used in support of Fighter Squadrons, The Model was the foundation for more popular Recon Planes used by Germany. Crewed by (2), The B.III was 26-feet long with a Bi-wing span of 36-feet. Power was provided by a single Mercedes In-Line Piston Engine, capable of producing 120-HP. The B.III was rated to 75-mph. The Operational Ceiling was slightly over 9,000-feet. They carried no armament.

An early Imperial German Reconnaissance Airplane, The Albatros B.III was produced in very small numbers during the first year of the War (1914-1915). Used in support of Fighter Squadrons, The Model was the foundation for more popular Recon Planes used by Germany. Crewed by (2), The B.III was 26-feet long with a Bi-wing span of 36-feet. Power was provided by a single Mercedes In-Line Piston Engine, capable of producing 120-HP. The B.III was rated to 75-mph. The Operational Ceiling was slightly over 9,000-feet. They carried no armament.