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Fokker Dr.I 595/17

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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 595/17

2265

     

11/17/1917

       

Jasta 6

Ltn. Franz Hemer (18)

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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  

                       
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This was thought to be Ltn. Franz Hemer Dr.I 595/17 of Jasta 6 but it's not due to no green strip on the lower rudder that makes this plane below production number 479 when the stripe was first introduced.

(Photo from the Peter M. Grosz collection)

Fokker Dr.I 595/17 at Jasta 6 with Ltn. Franz Hemer posing in front of his plane. His personal markings can be seen as a wavy line down the side of the fuselage. Since his nickname was Locken which is Curls in German.
(Photo from the Peter M. Grosz collection)

Fokker Dr.I 595/17 at Jasta 6 with Ltn. Franz Hemer  with Ltn. Franz Hemer standing in front of his plane, taken on March 20, 1918. This a slight close up from the original photo.
(Photo from the Peter M. Grosz collection)
A stunning photo of Fokker Dr.I 595/17 side view with the wavy line in the side and top of the fuselage. Note the lower rudder you can make just out the green stripe.
(Photo from the Greg VanWyngarden collection)
A line up of the flight line of Jasta 6 at Léchelle, Fokker Dr.I 595/17 can be seen on the far right.
(Photo from the Greg VanWyngarden collection)

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