Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2C
The B.E. 2 (Bleriot Experimental) , designed and built by the Royal Aircraft Factory, was one the first British military aircraft used operationally in 1914. The most important innovation in the B.E.2C was the use of staggered wings and the installation of true ailerons on both the upper and the lower wings. The ailerons replaced the earlier wing warping controls used on the B.E.2A and B.E.2B. The B.E.2C also differed from earlier variants in that it had a triangular vertical fin added ahead of the rudder, and the rounded horizontal stabilizer was replaced with a rectangular...
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