A Trio of New Fliers for Wings of the Great War


As 2015 starts winding to a close, Wings of the Great War disclosed plans for three new aircraft scheduled for a January release.


Firstly, a new aircraft type was announced — a French-built Salmson 2 A2 scout plane in the livery of the US Air Service (WW11301). Also shown was a Spad XIII Biplane Fighter piloted by Lt. Armand de Turenne during 1918 (WW15003) and a German Luft-Fahrzeug-Gesellschaft Roland D.VIa Fighter flown by Emil Koch, of Jasta 32b, during 1917 (WW16002).


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