|LVG E.I prototype serial E.600/15.|
The LVG E.I was a German two-seat monoplane of World War I. The E.I was unusual among monoplanes of its time in that it featured ailerons as opposed to the then-conventional (for monoplanes) wing warping.
The only prototype was destroyed on its way to the front for testing in 1915; as such, very little is known about the E.I, or its synchronization gear.
List of operators
- Guns: 1 × front mounted synchronised machine gun, 1 × rear mounted machine gun
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