The Anatra V.I. (for Ivanov-Voisin not the Roman numberal VI) was a Russian reconnaissance aircraft of World War I. It was a redesign of the French Voisin Type L undertaken by Podporuchik Piotr Ivanov in Zhmerinka. The Voisin's fuselage pod was replaced by a streamlined plywood construction that included an all-new mount for the observer's machine gun and an aluminium firewall between the pilot's cockpit and the aircraft's fuel tank. The wings and landing gear were strengthened as well.
Made by Anatra.