Lepere Lusac

The Lepere Lusac was just entering production when the war ended. This one is on exhibit at the United States Airforce Museum in Dayton, Ohio.LePere Lusac 1

Cockpit view - LePere-LusacNMUSAF Photos

Nieuport 28

The Nieuport 28 was a graceful looking aircraft. It was relatively fast and manoeuverable. Yet it had a serious flaw that gave it a dangerous reputation. That was in a steep dive you could lose the upper wing fabric. This was experienced on a number of occasions by James Norman Hall, Eddie Rickenbacker, and James Meissner, all of whom suffered this mishap, yet survived.

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