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  1. Albatros D.II (Boelcke)
    This aircraft was appreciated for its impressive climb rate and for its frontal twin machine gun.
  2. Albatros D.II (Szepessy-Sokoll)
    This aircraft was appreciated for its impressive climb rate and for its frontal twin machine gun.
  3. Albatros D.II (Von Richtofen)
    This aircraft was appreciated for its impressive climb rate and for its frontal twin machine gun.
  4. Albatros D.III (Hautzmayer)
    Historically accurate, pre-painted plastic WW1 warplane, complete with maneuver deck and variable-altitude stand.
  5. Albatros D.Va: Jacobs
    The D.V was the final development of the Albatros D.I family, and the last Albatros fighter to see operational service.
  6. Albatros D.Va: Udet
    The D.V was the final development of the Albatros D.I family, and the last Albatros fighter to see operational service.
  7. Albatros D.Va: Von Hippel
    The D.V was the final development of the Albatros D.I family, and the last Albatros fighter to see operational service.
  8. Albatross D. Va (Weber)
    Each pre-painted plastic model depicts a unique, historical warplane from the Wings of War game.
  9. Aviatik D.I - Linke-Crawford
    Fast, maneuverable and could reach higher altitudes than most of its adversaries.
  10. Aviatik D.I - Sabeditsch
    Fast, maneuverable and could reach higher altitudes than most of its adversaries.
  11. Aviatik D.I - Turek
    Fast, maneuverable and could reach higher altitudes than most of its adversaries.
  12. Balloon Busters De Guibert
    Turn your eyes skyward during World War I, and you'll discover that planes weren't alone in the skies.
  13. Breguet BR.14 B2 (Browning & Duke)
    Pre-painted, historical warplane from WW1, complete with maneuver deck and variable-altitude stand.

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