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Nieuport 24 WW1 Biplane fighter with cockpit and textures Low Poly animated model optimised for Games 3 Levels Of Detail LODs LOD-1 5000 triangles, cockpit 5000 triangles, damage parts 3000 triangles LOD-2 2700 triangles, LOD-3 1700 triangles 2 Levels of damage model 2 Levels of damage textures BMP and TGA textures with alpha
The Nieuport 24 was a French sesquiplane fighter aircraft during World War I designed by Gustave Delage as a replacement for the successful Nieuport 17. In the event its performance was little better than the type it was meant to replace, which was largely superseded by the SPAD S.7 instead. Operational Nieuport 24s served with French, British and Russian units, and the type also served widely as an advanced trainer.