ⓘ AEG B.II

                                     

ⓘ AEG B.II

The AEG B.II was a two-seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft produced in small numbers from 1914. It was a slightly smaller version of the B.I and proved more successful. They were used in limited numbers throughout 1914 to 1915, but were quickly replaced, as they were often derided for lack of speed and armament.

                                     
  • 200 ft Wing loading: 24 kg m2 4.9 lb sq ft Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era AEG B II AEG B III AEG B I at the Virtual Aviation Museum
  • the German company Allgemeine Elektrizitats - Gesellschaft AEG It was essentially an AEG B II armed with a single 7.92 mm 312 in Parabellum or Bergmann
  • The AEG B III was a German two - seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft produced in very small numbers from 1915. It was a further refinement of the B I and
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  • in Berlin by Emil Rathenau. After World War II its headquarters moved to Frankfurt am Main. In 1967 AEG joined with its subsidiary Telefunken AG creating
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  • The AEG C.IV was a German two - seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft that entered service in 1916. The C.IV was based on the AEG C. II but featured a larger
  • half of 1915 but performed poorly, necessitating the development of the AEG G. II Data from German Aircraft of the First World War General characteristics
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