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Fokker Dr.I 528/17

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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  528/17

2196

Goebel Goe II

100hp

18

11/17/1917

5/6/1917

 

Schutzemeister

Jastaschule

 

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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  

     

 

N/A

   

 

After the war-Willy Gabriel

 

Rumors say it crashed after 1938
Click on the picture below to enlarge

Fokker Dr.I 528/17 after the war now at the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum in the early1930's.
(Photo from the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum)

Fokker Dr.I 528/17 after the war now at the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museumin the early1930's..
(Photo from the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum)

Fokker Dr.I 528/17 after the war now at the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum. Now repainted to look like Manfred von Richthofen's plane
(Photo from the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum)
Fokker Dr.I 528/17 after the war now at the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum. Now repainted to look like Manfred von Richthofen's plane
(Photo from the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum)
Fokker Dr.I 528/17 after the war now at the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum.
(DLR) flew only between January 1919 and
February 1923 and now carrying the civil markings “KURIER” 
Fokker Dr.I 528/17 after the war now at the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum.
(DLR) flew only between January 1919 and
February 1923 and now carrying the civil markings “KURIER” 
Fokker Dr.I 528/17 after the war now at the Deutsches Luftfahrt Museum.
(DLR) flew only between January 1919 and
February 1923 and now carrying the civil markings “KURIER” 
Fokker Dr.I 528/17 now is the movie Pour le Mérite (1938) baring the comet marking on the side of the fuselage. The other Dr.I is unknown
Fokker Dr.I 528/17 now is the movie Pour le Mérite (1938) baring the comet marking on the side of the fuselage.
Fokker Dr.I 528/17 now is the movie Pour le Mérite (1938) baring the comet marking on the side of the fuselage. Willy Gebriel in from of his airplane.

Fokker Dr.I 528/17 Showing the markings from the movie Pour le Mérite but now faded and what looks like movie crosses on it. This is the last know photo as it is rumored that it had crashed sometime after the movie

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