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1/144 3D Siemens-Schuckert R.I

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1/144 (12 mm) 3D paper model of siemens-Schuckert R.I, WWI German bomber.

Siemens-Schukert built a series of similar aircraft to meet the German Army's requirements for a class of airplane called "Riesenflugzeug" (literally, 'giant aircraft'). Riesenflugzeug were intended to operate independently on long-range, long-endurance strategic bombing and reconnaissance missions.

SSW's R-I through R-VII were outwardly similar- large biplanes with a unique "forked" rear fuselage structure, adopted to give waist gunners in the cabin better fields of fire aft. As a long-endurance aircraft, the SSW 'R' series featured a fully-enclosed cabin for the crew, with an open gun position atop the fuselage.  The three engines were mounted in the cabin and drove two props mounted on outriggers between the wings.  The propellers were driven though a common gearbox and the aircraft could maintain flight on just two engines.  The SSW 'R"-planes were employed on the Eastern Front, but had been withdrawn by 1917.

Perfect for the WWI air games like Canvas Eagles and Wings of War.

Text written by Bart Wheeler, copyright 2011, Bart Wheeler and Ecardmodels.com. Used by permission.

 
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