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Fokker Dr.I 204/17

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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 204/17

1923

     

Semptember, 1917

December, 15, 1917

January 12, 1918

   

Jasta Boelcke

Vfw. Paul Bäumer (43)

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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  

     

 

           

 

Added 2 crosses on top of the bottom wing
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Fokker Dr.I 204/17 of Jasta Boelcke with Bäumer (with cane) and his mechanics (from Lt to Rt) Unteroffizier Henke, Gefreiter Meissner, Monteur Stahlmann. The bracing wire can be seen under the propeller for the lower axel wing.

Fokker Dr.I 204/17 Rear view. The worknumber can be seen on the rudder and a partial out line of the Eisernes Kreuz can be seen.
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)

Fokker Dr.I 204/17 side view.  The bracing on the axel wing can also be seen.
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)
Paul Bäumer sitting in the cockpit of his Dr.I 204/17
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)
 
Paul Bäumer with unknown officer in front of his Dr.204/17.  In the background a New D.VII (with the Fokker streaking, one of the first 20 built)so this must be right after May 20, 1918.
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)
 
Paul Bäumer getting fitted in his parachute before a sortie in his Dr.I 204/17. The lower axel wing bracing can also be seen.
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)
 
  Jasta Boelcke flight line with Fokker Dr.I 204/17 on the left. Early marking before Bäumer Red/White/Black marking on the fuselage
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)
 
  Jasta Boelcke flight line. 3ed from the left. Next to 204/17 is Dr.I 190/17 of  Ltn.d.R. Otto Löffler. Then Dr.I 203/17 with the 2 Eisernes Kreuz on the fuselage is Ltn.d.R Richard and Dr.I 195 (with the V) is Ltn.d.R. Hermann Vallendor,  Plange.
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)
 
Tom Comeau Profile of a later markings of Fokker Dr.I 204/17.

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