Familiarization with an Nieuport 11.C1.

Some of the Nieuport 11s were equipped with special guides set out on the wing struts, for firing Le Prieur missiles at enemy airships and observation balloons. The Bebe remained in active military service until the summer of 1917, by which time more modern types of aircraft had replaced the Nieuport 11.

Engine Startup

1. Mixture: full
2. Throttle: idle
3. "E" to start.

Take off

4. Optimize mixture
5. Full throttle
6. Use rudder to keep a steady heading

Standard Gauges

Fuel Gauge (centre, small cylinder)
Tachometer (right) (Max RPM 1500)

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