Reconnaissance Aircraft

A reconnaissance aircraft is a manned military aircraft designed, or adapted, to carry out aerial reconnaissance.

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Reconnaissance Aircraft - History
... Napoleonic Wars and Franco-Prussian War, balloons were used for aerial reconnaissance by the French ... In World War I aircraft were deployed during the early phases in reconnaissance roles (eyes of the army) to aid ground forces ... Aerial reconnaissance was mostly carried out by versions of standard fighters and bombers equipped with cameras ...
List Of Military Aircraft Of The Central Powers In World War I - Aircraft Designation Codes
... A Artilleriebeobachtungsflugzeug artillery observation aircraft, single seat monoplane trainer or reconnaissance aircraft B Beobachtungsflugzeug reconnaissance aircraft, two-seat, unarmed, after 1915 used as trainers ... engined, single seat fighter (use abandoned after Fokker E.V) G GroƟflugzeug big aircraft, twin engined, multi-seat bomber R Riesenflugzeug giant aircraft, four ...
Salmson 2
... designation Salmson 2 A2) was a French biplane reconnaissance aircraft made by Salmson ... Along with the Breguet 14, it was the main reconnaissance aircraft in use with the French army in 1918 ... the end of the First World War, one-third of French reconnaissance aircraft were Salmson 2s ...
Mitsubishi 2MR8 - Development and Design
... two designs to meet a Japanese Army requirement for a short-range reconnaissance aircraft to supplement the larger, long-range Kawasaki Type 88, the 2MR7, a biplane ... Army, and ordered into service as the Type 92 Reconnaissance Aircraft ... Production completed in 1934 after a total of 230 aircraft were built ...
Supermarine Spitfire Operational History - Photo Reconnaissance - Late Photo-reconnaissance Spitfires
... Merlin 60 aero engine became available for reconnaissance aircraft ... was the first version of the Spitfire to be built specifically as a photoreconnaissance (PR) aircraft and started replacing all of the earlier conversions of Mk Is, IIs and Vs ... The PR Mk XIII replaced the PR Mk VII as a low-altitude tactical-reconnaissance aircraft at about this time ...