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Q 68919  Standard E-1 fighter aircraft. Light pursuit trainer with the Gnome engine.

Q 68919 Standard fighter aircraft. Light pursuit trainer with the Gnome engine.

Cole Palen Running up the 160 HP Gnome on the original 1917 Morane Saulnier A1 @  Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome (jjambien1) Tags: france airplane war aviation wwi great aeroplane worldwarone ww1 ora greatwar 1917 dutchesscounty taildragger vintageaircraft rhinebeckaerodrome thegreatwar oldrhinebeckaerodrome monoplane redhookny antiqueairplanes colepalen earlyaviation jjambien1 ny94 moranesaulniera1 museuminthesky n1379m 160hpgnomerotary aircraftofthefirstworldwar

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Q 68920  Standard E-1 fighter aircraft. Light pursuit trainer with the Gnome engine.

Q 68920 Standard fighter aircraft. Light pursuit trainer with the Gnome engine.

The Le Rhône 9J is a nine-cylinder rotary aircraft engine produced in France by Gnome et Rhône. Also known as the Le Rhône 110 hp in a reference to its nominal power rating, the engine was fitted to a number of military aircraft types of the First World War. Le Rhône 9J engines were produced under license in Great Britain by W.H. Allen Son & Company of Bedford, and in Germany by Motorenfabrik Oberursel.

The Le Rhône is a nine-cylinder rotary aircraft engine produced in France by…

Starting and running a World War One Era LeRhone Rotary Engine.  This basic design was  utilized and manufactured by many firms during the Great War including Gnome and Oberursel.

Starting and running a World War One Era LeRhone Rotary Engine. This basic design was utilized and manufactured by many firms during the Great War including Gnome and Oberursel.

Messerschmitt Me 323 Gigant.  Built as a glider made of tubular steel and wood the first 323 was towed by three Me-110s; a tricky operation.  In early 1941 the 323s were fitted with six French Gnome-Rhone GR14N engines, making them capable of transporting 120 fully outfitted troops.  Though the 323 could absorb a huge amount of enemy fire (nicknamed "Leukoplastbomber" or Plastic Bomber), it was a large, slow target. 43 323s were lost in N. Africa alone. None are known to have survived past…

the specifications and history of the Messerschmitt Gigant aircraft of World War 2

ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND 1942-1945 (C 4086A) Three stills from a film taken from Avro Lancaster Mark I, DV380 'AJ-N', of No. 617 Squadron RAF, flown by the Squadron commander,Wing Commander G L Cheshire, during the low-level marking of the Gnome-Rhone aero-engine factory at Limoges, France, on the night of 8/9 February 1944

ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND 1942-1945 (C 4086A) Three stills from a film taken from Avro Lancaster Mark I, DV380 'AJ-N', of No. 617 Squadron RAF, flown by the Squadron commander,Wing Commander G L Cheshire, during the low-level marking of the Gnome-Rhone aero-engine factory at Limoges, France, on the night of 8/9 February 1944

GNOME MOTOR: The Morane-Saulnier War Airplane was designed for French military use. It had a round steel body and was driven by a fourteen-cylinder 100-horsepower motor made by Gnome of France

GNOME MOTOR: The Morane-Saulnier War Airplane was designed for French military use. It had a round steel body and was driven by a fourteen-cylinder motor made by Gnome of France

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