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The Junkers J 5 was a designation assigned to several fighter aircraft designs.

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The Junkers J.I aircraft, also known as the “Möbelwagen” or “Furniture Van,” is a German warplane from the First World War. Designed by engineer Hugo Junkers during the First World War and first test flown in 1917, the Junkers J.I was the first all metal aircraft in the world to enter series production. The plane was constructed from an aluminium alloy with a front fuselage made of 5 mm chrome-nickel sheet-steel. The metal components resulted in a strong aircraft that was heavy, slow and difficult to maneuver. The physical strength of the Junkers J.I provided substantial protection for the crew and engine against enemy ground-fire and eliminated the need for structural bracing wires to support the wings. The Junkers J.I was an ideal low-level, front-line observation aircraft. Of the 227 Junkers J.I aircraft that were built, the Canada Aviation Museum houses the only complete remaining example. Manufactured in 1918, the museum’s Junkers J.I was among the war trophies sent to Canada in 1919 after the First World War. 

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Variants

In early 1917, Junkers developed at least two cantilever wing monoplane fighter aircraft designs based on the J4.[1]

J 5I

The first design, known as the J 5I, was to have a Siemens Sh2 or Oberursel UR.II engine behind the cockpit.

J 5II

The second design was to have the engine in front of the pilot.

J 5III (J 6)

A third design was also developed under the designation J 5III (later J 6) with a Mercedes D.IIIa and a parasol wing.

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References

  1. ^ "Junkers Aircraft of WW I". www.geocities.ws. Retrieved 2017-03-03.
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