Fokker Dr.I

No known original Fokker Dr.I survives. This reproduction is painted to represent the aircraft flown by Lt. Arthur Rahn in April 1918 when he served with Jagdstaffel 19. Rahn is credited with six confirmed victories. The aircraft was placed on display in April 1994.

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Fokker Dr.I

The Fokker Dr. I was ordered into production on 14 July 1917 in response to the success of the British Sopwith Triplane. Often linked with the career of Manfred von Richthofen, the nimble Dr. I earned a reputation as one of the best dogfighters of the war.

 
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