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The AEG N.I, a biplane night bomber of German origin, had a relatively limited involvement in World War I.
In October 1917, the initial deployment of two AEG N.I bombers was documented at the frontlines.
Subsequently, in November 1917, an additional production order for 100 AEG N.I bombers was authorized.
Renowned for its reliability and
the AEG N.I was predominantly assigned to divisional two-seater and bombing units in pairs or individually.
Its primary role encompassed executing short-range raids behind enemy lines.
As the war progressed, a number of N.I biplanes were repurposed as advanced trainers.
In total, 37 AEG N.I bombers were manufactured.
150 hp Benz Bz.III
1000m 10 min
2000m 23 min
3000m 50 min
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