Albotros D.Va Fuselage

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The Albatros D.Va was a Germen fighter aircraft used during World War I. It featured a streamlined semi-monocoque fuselage with an almost fully-enclosed 180-horsepower in-line Mercedes engine. Approximately 4,800 Albatros fighters of all types were built during World War I. Many of the highest-scoring German ace pilots achieved a majority of their victories while flying Albatros aircraft. Highlighted in this image is the fuselage of the airplane.

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04/13/2017

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Mark Avino

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NASM2018-10126

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