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Fokker Dr.I 213/17

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Test Pilot



Pilot Assigned

Dr.I 213/17 1932

Oberursel UR II

110 hp.


September, 1917

December 12, 1917

January 12, 1918


Jasta Boelcke

Ltn. Friedrich Kempf (4)

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Other Jasta Units

Date of Unit Transferred


 known Pilot #2

Other known Pilot #3

Fate of


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Known Pilot

Pilots Fate

Incident Report Document No.

Other Information and Documents  

Jasta 36                     Markings-in white on top wing "KEMPF", "K" on the fuselage, mid-wing "Kennscht mi noch?" Remember me still?
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Fokker Dr.I 213/17 leaving the Fokker factory on the flat cars with 212/17 (in front) and 214/17 (in back) on January 12, 1918.
(Photo from Peter M Grosz)
Fokker Dr.I 213/17 newly arrived at Jasta Boelcke
(Photo from Peter M Grosz)
Fokker Dr.I 213/17 now in Lnt. Friedrich Kempf markings, before March 17, 1918
Fokker Dr.I 213/17 with Lnt. Friedrich Kempf standing aside famous markings on the mid wing "Kennscht mi noch?" Remember me still?.  Note the leader streamer is attached to the end of the wing skid. Before March 17, 1918
(Photo from Peter M Grosz)
Taken at the same time, different view. Lower quality photo.
Flight line of Jasta Boelcke between March 17 and April 10, 1918. Fokker Dr.I 213/17 (front) with the wide beam Balkenkreuz National cross, 413/17 is 3ed and 214/17 is 6th in line. 
Kette Kempf, Ltn. Wilhelm Papenmeyer (4)-died from wounds- March 28, 1918, Ltn.d.R. Hermann Vallendor (6), Ltn.d.R Richard Plange (7), Schroeder Lnt. Friedrich Kempf (4)
One of my favorite photos of Fokker Dr.I 213/17 and  Dr.I 214/17 w
Stefan Bastek profile of Fokker Dr.I 213/17
Barry Weekley Artwork of Remember Me? Jasta 2

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