ⓘ AEG DJ.I

                                     

ⓘ AEG DJ.I

The single seat attack biplane, which began evaluation in September 1918, carried a pair of 7.92 mm.312 in "Spandau"-type machine guns and a light bomb load. The design featured aluminium fuselage coverings, I-type interplane struts with no flying or landing wires, and protective armour.

                                     
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