The Bréguet 14 was the workhorse of the French daytime bomber force in 1918. It was a versatile aircraft and sturdy to the demands placed upon it. Built in two variants, the bomber verson 14B2 and the reconnaissance verson 14A2, they revitalized the French daylight bomber force.
Steve Suddaby has kindly provided these photographs of the Bréguet 14A2 on display at the Musée Air + Espace in Paris:
This accurate full size replica is currently on display at the Air Force Museum at Dayton, Ohio. It carries the markings of Rudolf Stark, leader of Jasta 35b.