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Caproni Ca.3 is a bomber produced by the Italian aircraft manufacturer Caproni for World War I. Also referred to as "Caproni Ca.33" or "Caproni 450 hp".
The Ca.3 architecture was based on the Kaproni Ca.2 aircraft previously manufactured by Caproni and was primarily used at the time to attack the battlefields in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The fuselage Ca.3 is a biplane equipped with three flight engines. Two pilots are required for maneuvering and one assailant gunner can be arranged around the fuselage.
In addition to the original country of origin, Italy, including the United Kingdom, France, the United States Air Force have been followed by the use of Ca.3 bomber. When Mussolini stormed North Africa and Ethiopia more than a decade after World War I, Ca.3 was still used on the battlefield.