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Fokker DVII

Photograph of three Fokker DVII airplanes on the field.

Photograph of three Fokker DVII airplanes on the field.

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The Fokker D.VII was a German single-seat fighting scout introduced in early 1918. The first units went to Manfred von Richthofen's Jagdgeschwader I. Approximately 1,000 thousand had been delivered before the end of the war.

Engine: 185 hp BMW 6-cylinder in-line piston engine.

Maximum speed: 200km/h/124mph; ceiling: 7,000m/22,965ft.

Length: 6.95m/22ft9in; wingspan: 8.9m/29ft2in.

Fokker DVII is an aircraft: single-seat scout plane.