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Ago C.IV


The C.IV was a two-seat reconnaissance aircraft, with a conventional cross-axle landing gear and tapered biplane wings. Powered by a 220hp Benz Bz.IV engine driving a two-blade propeller fitted with a spinner, armament was a forward-firing Spandau and a rear-mounted Parabellum machine-gun. About 70 production aircraft became operational from early 1917, although large orders had been placed with three manufacturers.

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