Used throughout the war, the innovative Bréguet Br.14 was a highly successful biplane used by the French, Belgian and American air services. Designed by Louis Bréguet in 1916, it was one of the first aircraft constructed with duralumin in the airframe. Rugged and versatile, it was mass produced in several variations, including a seaplane model. Before the end of the war, the Bréguet Br.14 saw service as a reconnaissance aircraft, a day/night bomber and an air ambulance.
Bréguet Br.14 Specifications
SA des Ateliers d'Aviation Louis Bréguet
Bomber (B2) and Reconnaissance (A2)
Summer of 1917
About 5,500 during World War I
Renault 12 Fox, 12 cylinder, liquid cooled inline V, 300 hp