|Military Aviation Art
Winged Valor pays tribute to the machine credited with 1,294 allied aerial victories. As the sun sets across the war torn countryside of northern France, British Sopwith Camels return to their airbase from another day’s sortie. As they skim the countryside they pass above the heads of allied infantrymen, symbolically heralding in the end of one era and the beginning of another. Among the flying machines that helped to usher in this new age, the Sopwith Camel is undoubtedly Sopwith's best known design and arguably the best British scout aircraft of the First World War.