Pros and cons
In the first world war, airplanes were starting to be built because people recognized their significance on the Battlefield. For instance, The Fokker D.VII was a fighter plane built in 1918 by Germany. It was one of the best combat planes they had, and was one of the most successful. Unfortunately, it was not one of the fastest. America built a plane called the Vought VE-7 Bluebird. It was a fighter and a trainer, But wasn't valued to the army very much. However, the navy liked this plane, and used it as a trainer. Another successful plane was called the Bristol F.2, built by Great Britain. It had great success during the war, but was only a single seater, so it could only fit one person. Steering away from fighter planes, a successful bomber during the war was called the Martin MB-1, created by the united states. It was built to deal a lot of damage, but it wasn’t as mobile, and only nine were built before the end of WW1. The last plane there will be pros and cons about is called the Vickers FB.5. It was a scout plane, so therefore it could detect where enemies were, but could not take a lot of damage.