Thanks Steve but being ex-Recon I a shamed you missed the cross on it and tail section or maybe the down load is to small and yes it a German Rumbler with the two front panels removed. Some times to much historical accuracy is a bad thing. I was hoping you would comment on the Luger? (he he)
As for no British planes at Beersheba AMW P01184.023 Weli Sheikh Nuran, Palestine. 8 October 1917. A German Air Force DIII Albatros Scout aircraft, D636/17, flown by Oberleutenant Dittman of Fliegerabteilung 300 unit. The aircraft had been shot down, practically intact, into AIF Light Horse lines near Bersheeba by a Bristol fighter aircraft flown by Lieutenant R. Steele a Canadian pilot with No 111 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. No 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, members recovered the machine and moved it to their airfield where repairs, including a bullet holed radiator, were carried out returning it to flying condition.