Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory BE2c two-seat reconnaissance light bomber Royal Navy Air Service and Royal Flying Corps RFC Sopwith Camel WW1 Fighter Biplane - Photgraphic wallpaper -  just like the ones you can drive with Microsoft flight simulator

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RFC Royal Aircraft Factory BE2c two-seat reconnaissance light bomber  

The Royal Aircraft Factory developed the BE light bomber Biplane between 1911 and 1914 but the Royal Flying Corps ordered them to act as their first reconnaissance aircraft. BE2s were used in the Middle East and for Anti-submarine patrols. It only had a maximum speed of 75mph at sea level. By 1915, it's lack of manoeuvrability and restricted field of fire from the observer's front cockpit, made it vulnerable by the new German Fokker Monoplanes . It was gradually replaced with the RE8 reconnaissance biplane at the end of 1916. It was withdrawn to  England to protect against Zepplin raids. BE2s shot down five of these German Airships. Add our site to your 'Favorites' list now!

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