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Patterned after the Sopwith Snipe, the Sopwith Salamander had an armor plated fuselage and was developed for use as a ground attack aircraft. The war ended before it entered service.
 
Sopwith Salamander Specifications
Country: Great Britain
Manufacturer: Sopwith Aviation Company
Type: Ground attack
First Introduced: 1918
Number Built: 419
Engine(s): Bentley BR2
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Ceiling:
Endurance:
Crew: 1
Armament: 2 machine guns
4 bombs
 
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