The Breguet 14 was one of the best all–round Allied two–seaters of the war, produced in large quantities for both recon and light bombing. Constructed largely of duraluminum and welded steel tubing, the airplane was light, sturdy, and very fast, with many features that were revolutionary for the day. It was the most common French two–seater in 1918 and was also used by USA and Belgium. This aircraft was widely used for both day and night bombing in the last year of the war. About 8000 were built before the war ended.
Gilbert Stanley and H.T. Folger belonged to the 96th Squadron, that operated from June 12, 1918 to the end of the war engaging in daring bombing missions across the front.
1/144 scale model
Flight stand with game stats
4 altitude stands
Maneuver and special cards