Fokker DR.I Jasta Boelcke Luftstreitkrafte 214/17 1918 Print




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The article for this aircraft can be found here: Fokker Dr.I

Make its debut in 1918, the Fokker DR.I was a triplane, or ‘dreidecker’ in German, developed in response to Britain’s own Sopwith Triplane. However, by the time the DR.I reached the battlefield, its technology had already been bested by other designs. However this didn’t stop Rittmeister Baron von Richthofen aka The Red Baron from scoring countless kills, including his final, in the aircraft.

Fokker DR.I
Flown by Leutnant Wilhelm Papenmeyer
Jasta Boelcke
Luftstreikrafte – German Air Force
March 1918

Features overview and statistics of the aircraft provided by
Also brief historical information about the model and tail number.

By Ed Jackson –

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