|Number built||50 |
|Developed from||Breguet 5|
|Variants||Breguet 6, Breguet 9, Breguet 12|
|Engine||225hp Salmson A9 radial|
|Armament||37mm cannon or|
After it became glaringly obvious in 1916 that the Breguet bombers were not suited to daylight bombing, Breguet 5 escorts were converted for night use and redesignated the Breguet 12. Remarkably, at least one lasted at the front until mid 1917. 
For more information, see Wikipedia:Breguet Bre.5.
Miniatures and Models
A Breguet 5 makes a good substitute.
- Davilla, p.95.