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The VEF JDA-10M was a Latvian twin-engine, multi-purpose aircraft built in 1939 by VEF. It remains the only twin-engine aircraft ever built in Latvia. The builder of JDA-10M was American-Latvian engineer Jānis D. Akermanis (John.D.Akerman), a professor at the University of Minnesota.
Construction started in 1937, but the first flight of the JDA-10M was in September 1939. After the beginning of the Second World War it was planned to transform airplane into a light bomber for the military.

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