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Voisin III
Voisin III V.1441

Voisin III


One of the first two seat ground attack/ bombers of WWI, the Voisin III was the aircraft that managed to win France's first arial victory on October 5th, 1914. Advances in design soon made these aircraft out of date.

SPECIFICATIONS
Country: France
Manufacturer: Aeroplanes Voisin
Type: Bombing, Ground Attack
First Service: 1914
Number Built:  
Engine(s): 130 hp Canton-Unne
Wing Span: 52 ft 6 in
Length: 31 ft 6 in
Height:  
Empty Weight: 3030 lb
Gross Weight: 4022 lb
Max Speed: 68 mph
Ceiling: 19,500 ft [5944 m]
Endurance:  
Crew: 2
Armament: 1 machine-gun, 60 kg of bombs
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