With a crew of two, the American built Curtiss Jenny had an overall length of 27 feet with a wing span of 43 feet and 7 inches. Powered by a Curtiss OX-5 Inline piston 90 hp engine, The Jenny had a maximum speed of 65 knots with a service ceiling of 6,500 ft.
Armed with twin, forward firing machine guns with ability to carry wing slung bombs, the Jenny had a maximum take-off weight allowance of 1920 lbs.
Sopwith Camel F-1
Arriving on the Western Front in May, 1917, this single seater British fighter had a length of 18 feet 9 inches with a wing span measuring 28 feet and was armed with two forward firing Vickers machine-guns.
The Sopwith-Camel's 130 hp Clerget engine gave it a maximum speed of 115 mph with a ceiling of 19,000 ft. and a flight endurance of 2 hours and 30 minutes.
This aircraft had a reputation as a deadly trench-strafer.
A seat fighter the French Spad-13 entered service 1917. The SPAD had a top fighting speed of 137 mph and a maximum ceiling of 22,000 feet.
Armed with twin, fixed Vickers machine guns over 8,000 were built for use by French, U.S. Italian & Belgian Forces.
The Spad remained in served until 1923.