Yea Yea Captian! (Yes) (Votes: 218)
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That's mutiny I say! (No) (Votes: 52)
According to the Wikipedia article on the Caproni Ca.3, in the section on 'Variants', there was a prototype seaplane version given the post-war designationNaharaht Today, 17:13
And in addition to echoing what Mau and Dom have said, the Italians used the Caproni on the Italian Front; the 'Eastern Front' refers to Russia.Baldrick62 Today, 14:48
Good summary. I'll echo the point on the British - while there are lots of places that say the Ca.3 was used by the British (including its wikipediaDom S Today, 14:29
Can't make it I'm afraid Neil. I am off to thee opera to see Eel Traviata.
If I take a bigger bite and it gets stuck I might just flounder and be all crabby. So why don't we all head over to the mess and do the Conger on theSkafloc Today, 14:13
the Caproni is a fascinating machine that would deserve a whole forum to discuss.
First we need to distinguish between
I did find a Ca.43 which was a Ca.4 with twin pontoons, but it was after the war and only one was made . . . : (
I suspect that the rear gun stand probably breaks modern Health and Safety regulations, Alastair.
That is not the seaplane version of the