| Caproni Ca.4 ： ウィキペディア英語版|
The Caproni Ca.4 was an Italian heavy bomber of the World War I era.
After designing the successful Ca.3, Gianni Caproni of the Caproni works designed a much bigger aircraft. It shared the unusual layout of the Caproni Ca.3, being a twin-boom aircraft with one pusher engine at the rear of a central nacelle and two tractor engines in front of twin booms, making a push-pull configuration. The twin booms carried a single elevator and three fins.〔("The civilian transport aircraft of Caproni (1918-1939)." ) ''europeanairlines..'' Retrieved: 25 March 2012.〕 The main landing gear was fixed and consisted of two sets of four wheels each.〔 The most distinguishing feature of the new aircraft was, that it was built in a rare triplane layout, instead of the more common biplane.
The huge new bomber was accepted the Italian Army under a military designation Ca.4, but it was produced in several variants, differing in factory designations.
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