|Primary users|| France|
|Wingspan||11.0 m (36 ft) |
|Engine||80hp Gnome rotary or others|
|Armament||usually none, but some machine guns were fitted experimentally|
|Max Speed||115 km/h (71 mph)|
Like many early monoplanes, the Deperdussin TT placed the observer in the forward seat, directly over the shoulder-mounted wings where visibility was at its worst. The type equipped two escadrilles but did not last long in service, re-equipping with Caudron G.3s in March 1915. When the war started, two of France's twenty-three escadrilles were based on the Deperdussin TT.
Experiments gun fittings were carried out with a couple of TTs by mounting a machine gun on the top of the cabane struts where a standing observer could fire over the propeller.
Sixty-three were produced in Russia by Dux and used as late as 1917. Belgium, Serbia, Turkey, and the UK each used a couple of TTs near the beginning of the war. The UK had a handful but most were removed from service before the war began. 
For more information, see Wikipedia:Deperdussin TT.
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Miniatures and Models
- Lamberton, pp.216-218.
- Angelucci, p.20.
- Davilla, p.188.
- Ferry'14, p.5.
- Davilla, p.185.
- Enzo Angelucci, ed. The Rand McNally Encyclopedia of Military Aircraft, 1914-1980. New York: The Military Press, 1983 edition. ISBN 0-517-41021-4.
- Dr. James J. Davilla and Arthur M. Soltan. French Aircraft of the First World War. Flying Machines Press, 1997. ISBN 0-9637110-4-0.
- Ferry, Vital. French Aviation During the First World War. Paris: Histoire and Collections, 2014. ISBN 978-2-35250-370-5
- W.M. Lamberton and E.F. Cheesman, Reconnaissance & Bomber Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War. Great Britain: Harleyford Publications Ltd., 1962. ISBN 9780900435027