It is supposed to be an AEG.IV bomber going along with one of the first Gotha G.V bombers on its test mission, and is set in August of 1917.
About this creation
The Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft (AEG).IV entered service in late 1916 and was designed as a tactical bomber. It was still being used up until the Armistice was signed. It had a wingspan of 60 feet, 4.25 inches, was 31 feet 10 inches long, and was 12 feet 9 5/8 inches tall. It could carry 880 pounds of bombs, and had a top speed of 103 mph.
'Working' elevators and rudders.
The empty bomb rack.
The Gotha G.V entered service in August of 1917,and was also used until the Armistice was signed in June 1918. It had a wingspan of 77 feet 9 inches, was 40 feet long, and was 14 feet 1 and 1/4 inch tall. It had a top speed of 87.5 mph, and could carry a bomb load of 1,102 pounds.
There was a slit in the rear fuselage to allow the rear gunner to shoot at enemy aircraft that were below and behind the Gotha G.V.