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(AEG) C. IV C.6674/16
AEG C.IV C.6674/16
(colours are speculative)
Schusta 27b
May 1917
Source: AEG C.IV Datafile, GVW Correspondence
Image: © R. N. Pearson


Reconnaissance biplane that served until 1918. It was a development of the A.E.G. C II with a larger wing span. The C IV was extremely robust and very reliable. The C IVN was a night bomber.

Country: Germany (German Empire)
Manufacturer: Allgemeine Elektrizitäts Gesellschaft (AEG)
Type: Armed Reconnaissance Biplane
First Service: 1916
Number Built:  
Engine(s): Mercedes D.III 6-cyl. liquid-cooled inline, 160 hp
Wing Span: 44' 2" (13.46 m)
Length: 23' 5.5" (7.15 m)
Height: 11' (3.35 m)
Empty Weight: 1,764-lbs
Gross Weight: 2,464 lbs. (1,120 kg)
Max Speed: 99 mph (158 km/h)
Ceiling: 16,405 ft. (5,000 m)
Endurance: 4 hours
Crew: 2
Armament: One fixed forward-firing 7.92mm LMG 08/15 machine gun; One 7.92mm Parabellum machine gun on ring mounting for observer in rear cockpit & 220 lbs. (100 kg) of bombs
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