The Caproni Ca.3 was an Italian heavy bomber that saw extensive use against the Central Powers forces. It was used from 1916 until the end of war by Italy, United Kingdom, France and USA. One of the most effective bombers of any air force during WWI, the Ca.3 was a wooden three-engine biplane, armed with twin 6.5 mm or 7.7 mm machine guns and 1,760 lb of bombs.
The Gotha G.V was a long-range heavy bomber used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service). This bomber was agile for its size and difficult to shoot down, but because of its large size, and its unexceptional engine power, it demanded high skill from pilots during takeoffs and landings. The Gotha G. Vs were principally used as night bombers, and dropped 83 tons of bombs over England.
Command one of the most powerful war machines to fly the skies of WW1 – an O/400 of the famous 207 Squadron of the Royal Air Force!
The Handley Page O/400 was the most important RAF heavy bomber by the end of the war. Built to an immensely large size, the O/400 had a wingspan of over 100 feet; with its powerful engines, it was able to carry a bomb load up to 2,000 pounds, bombing important industries zones, hampering the German development of the terrible chemical weapons.
Pilot the gargantuan R.VI, an impressive and accurate replica of the bomber that flew raids over England at the command of Hauptmann Schoeller.
The first Zeppelin mass–produced version to fly over the battle field was the impressive Zeppelin–Staaken R.VI, with a wingspan rivaling that of a WW2 Superfortress. Flying at night with a deadly bomb load up to 4400 pounds, R.VIs were used in bombing raids, bringing destruction and terror to London until the late spring of 1918.