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|Aviatik - monoplane - 1912 - Германия||<–||–>||Aviatik - B / P.14 - 1913 - Германия|
|J.Herris - Aviatik Aircraft of WWI /Centennial Perspective/ (10)|
|Pre-war Aviatik P13 B-type was the first of a series of successful Aviatik two-seater designs.||A.Imrie - German Bombers /Arms & Armour/|
|Major Siegert, Kommandeur of the Fliegerstation at Metz, began night flying training for his pilots in February 1913. Although the practice was officially frowned upon, Siegert showed that the pilots lost any apprehension they might have had once they were introduced to night flying, and on 23 April he even held night manoeuvres when ten aircraft flew without incident, in co-operation with searchlights. In this early night flying scene at a military aerodrome an Aviatik biplane (whose rudder has suffered from retouching) is being put into the hangar. The aircraft in the foreground is a dual-control Otto-built Farman copy powered by a 100hp Argus engine.||J.Herris - Aviatik Aircraft of WWI /Centennial Perspective/ (10)|
|Pre-war Aviatik P13 B-type in flight.The landing gear skids to prevent nose-overs were omitted from later Aviatik designs.
An Aviatik of 1914. References to Aviatiks occur frequently in RFC reports in the first year of the war.
|Jane's All The World Aircraft 1913 /Jane's/|
|1912 tractor-biplane (racer).|