Talk:Nieuport 17

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I don't know what the rate of climb actually is, but it must be more than 18 ft per minute, or this would have been a lousy fighter. So I'm going to replace 18 ft per minute with a question mark until someone has something more authoratative to offer.

Yes check.svg Done Replaced Rate of Climb with 'time to climb'. Source is "The Complete Book of Fighters", 1994 by Green and Swanborough. - Guapovia 07:45, 16 December 2005 (UTC)


I think that Serbian Airforce on the Macedonian Front also used Nieuports.