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Sopwith Triplane - RNAS 10 - Robert Saunders, N5358

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#1 Panthercules

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 06:51

This Sopwith Triplane, serial number N5358, was flown by Flight 2nd Lt. Robert Saunders while serving with RNAS 10 Naval Squadron at Droglandt, France in June 1917. This plane is PC10 overall, with a white "Q" on the fuselage (Saunders chose to use a "Q" because J E Sharman had already taken "S" for his triplane, N6307). Saunders was shot down and killed by Ltn. Groos of Jasta 11 while flying this aircraft on 24 June 1917.


Reference: British Aviation Squadron Markings of World War I, Les Rogers, p. 280.

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 11:28

"Sopwith Triplan de Saunder, No. N5358, peinture PC10 avec un 'Q' blanc sur le fuselage"
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#3 J2_Wallenberg

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 15:29

"Saunder's Sopwith Triplane, No. N5358, PC10 overall with a white 'Q' on the fuselage"

"Saunders Sopwith Dreidecker, Nr. N5358, rundherum PC10 mit weißem 'Q' auf dem Rumpf"
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