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Caudron airplanes in Russian service

The Caudron G.4 was designed as a twin engined development of the G.3 tractor biplane.
While the G.4 had a similar pod and boom layout to the G.3, it has two engines mounted on struts between the wings instead of a single similar engine at the front of the crew (pilot and observer-gunner) nacelle, while wingspan was increased and the tailplane had four rudders instead of two. This biplane could to carry a bombload of 100 kg and was armed with a turreted machineguns.
Length: 7.2 m    Wingspan: 17.2    Height: 2.6 m 
     Wing area: 39 sq.m 
     Powerplant:    2 x 80 (100) hp
     Service ceiling: 4000 (4500) m 
     Empty weight:     733 (848) kg
  Max takeoff weight: 1180 (1347) kg 
     Maximum speed:    124 (132) km/h
     Endurance:        3,5 (4) hours

Russian Caudron G.4 airplane tractor biplane ww1 foto
Russian Caudron G.4 airplane
This biplane could to carry a bombload of 100 kg and was armed with a turreted machineguns
The machineguns of Russian Caudron G-4 in World War 1

aviones militares rusos kaudron G4 World War I photo
Caudron G.4 warplane of Russian imperial army
While the G.4 had a similar pod and boom layout to the G.3, it has two engines mounted on struts between the wings instead of a single similar engine at the front of the crew
Aviones militares rusos Caudron G4
Caudron G4 wingspan was increased and the tailplane had four rudders instead of two
Aviao militar russo Caudron G.4



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