A throwback to WW1

You know, whenever I see Harbeths or Spendors or anything with the BBC designation (anything with an SE or a 5 or a 3 or anything like that), I can't help but think of the old SE 5 WW1 biplane


and, of course, Avalon Hill's WW1 air battle board game


That's all.

I thought this thread was about the great war. I guess I was wrong.
...alright then...
As an enthusiast of military aviation history, I enjoy finding some aircraft designations embedded in audio products.

For instance, the Forat F16 sampler, Audioquest F22 M interconnects, Sugden P51 power amp, or the musician MiG.

I'm sure there are plenty more examples.