Sopwith F.1 Camel Panorama

Panoramic view inside the Sopwith F.1 Camel.  The Sopwith Camel is among the most significant and famous World War I aircraft. During World War I, Camels downed 1,294 enemy aircraft, which was more than any other Allied fighter. The cowling over the two Vickers machine guns created a distinctive “hump,” making the name Camel a natural choice.

Created:

05/30/2019

Photographer:

Jim Walker

Source:

National Air and Space Museum Libraries

Copyright/Owner:

Smithsonian Institution

Rights Usage:

Public Domain

Terms of Use:

Smithsonian Terms of Use
For print or commercial use please see permissions information.