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The Sopwith Strutter is a British single-engine fighter-bomber or reconnaissance biplane with a mixed design. The crew consisted of two people: a pilot and an observer. The flight of the prototype took place in April 1916 and the machine quickly entered mass production. Various versions of Clerget and Le Rhone rotary motors with power from 80 to 130HP were installed on machines of this type. The plane was very popular and liked by pilots. The Strutter made history as the first Allied aircraft to use a machine gun synchroniser.
Length, mm: 107
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