Fokker Dr.I 144/17

Production Number

Work Number

Engine

Type

Horse Power

Engine Number

Date

Ordered

Date

 Accepted

Date

Dispatched

Date

Delivered

Test Pilot

Jasta

Unit

Pilot Assigned

Dr.I 144/17

1856

Oberursel UR II

110 hp.

2459

September, 1917

October 31, 1917

 

    Jasta 11 Ltn. Eberhard von Stapenhorst (4)

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Other Jasta Units

Date of Unit Transferred

Other

 known Pilot #2

Other known Pilot #3

Fate of

 Machine

Fate Date

Where

Time

Known Pilot

Pilots Fate

Incident Report Document No.

Other Information and Documents  

     

Downed by ground fire-Captured

1/18/1918

Bailleul

 

Ltn. Eberhard von Stapenhorst

POW

G125

Subject of official reports and exhibited in London. Gun numbers 7539,7735

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Fokker Dr.I 144/17 of Jasta 11, flown by Ltn. Eberhard von Stapenhorst. He was shot down by ground fire, captured on February 18, 1918 then died from his wounds the next day.  This a photo after it was captured now in the hands of Squadron no.62
(Photo from Peter M Grosz Collection)
Fokker Dr.I 144/17 another rear view
(Photo from Peter M Grosz Collection)
Fokker Dr.I 144/17 one more rear view with good view of the new style aileron on the right wing and the missing cross
(Photo from Peter M Grosz Collection)
  Same photo above but with the background removed. This is a IWM photo no. Q 63849
(Photo from Imperial War Museum-photo Q 63849)
  A three photo mix with the background
(Photo from Imperial War Museum)
 
  A three photo mix with the background removed photo Q 56104
(Photo from Imperial War Museum-photo Q 56104)
  
  Front View IWM Photo Q 63848
(Photo from Imperial War Museum-photo Q 63848)
   
  A side view photo Q 63847
(Photo from Imperial War Museum-photo Q 56104)
   
  The original photo from above with the background
(Photo from Avaiationphotocompany.com)
   
  Top View of Fokker Dr.I 144/17    
  A front view of Dr.I 144/17 with the engine removed with Two members of the Australian Flying Corps. 
(Photo from Australian War Memorial-photo Q P00048.002
)
 
  On display at the Imperial War Museum. They have removed the fabric from one side showing the construction.  
(Photo from Imperial War Museum-photo Q 69549)
   
PDF Download Incident Report Document No. G125 Transcribed by James Miller

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