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The Ansaldo SVA-5 is an Italian reconnaissance biplane, light bomber and mixed-landing gear fighter from the First World War. The drive was provided by a liquid-cooled SPA-6A in-line engine with a capacity of 220 HP. The plane's flight took place in March 1917, and the first planes hit the front in February 1918. Serial production continued in the same years (1917-1918), ending with the production of 1,245 aircraft. SVA-5 served on the Italian-Austrian front, fulfilling numerous roles, but most of all they performed hunting and reconnaissance tasks. Technical data: length: 8.1 m, wingspan: 9.1 m, height: 3.2 m, maximum speed: 230 km / h, speed of climb: 1.7 m / s, practical ceiling: 6000 m, maximum range: 1000 km, weapons: fixed - 2 Vickers K cal.7.69 mm machine guns, suspended - up to 90 kg of bombs.
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