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WhiteWings

Hope someone knows the answer... In roger Gunn's book 'Raymond Collishaw and the Black Flight,' Gunn says rather out of the blue during his account of the Kaiserschlacht in April 1918, that Art Whealy 'would fire some 1300 rounds into the enemy' during ground strafing. The most Whealy ever mentions is 600 in one day - on more than one patrol. What was the capacity of the Camel? Could he even have had 1300 rounds available? 

Thanks for any help!

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jay dubaya

Plenty of information here

 

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