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Fokker Dr.I 433/17

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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 433/17

2058

Oberursel UrII

110hp

2486

November, 1917

January 12, 1918

 

 

Grosse

Jasta 19

Ltn. Arthur Rahn (6)

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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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Fokker Dr.I 433/17 on the right side of the flight line of Jasta 19 at Balatre.
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)

A close up of Fokker Dr.I 433/17 Note the leader streamer attached to the rudder. The Eisernes Kreuz (cross) can still be seen on the fuselage as it had been over painted as a unit marking.
(Photo from the Peter Grosz collection)

Ltn. Arthur Rahn sitting in his plane that is a later time as we can see the addition of a wind screen, center gun site and a side mirror. this is similar to his Albatros set up.
(Photo from Arthur Rahn photo album held at USAF Museum)
Fokker Dr.I 433/17 fount view, one odd item is the left wheel cover is lighter then the right side.
(Photo from Arthur Rahn photo album held at USAF Museum)
 
Arthur Rahn standing in front of his Fokker Dr.I 433/17 
(Photo from Arthur Rahn photo album held at USAF Museum)
 
Possible mechanics posing in front of Ltn. Arthur Rahn Fokker Dr.I 433/17
(Photo from Arthur Rahn photo album held at USAF Museum)
 
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Steve Anderson artwork
Reproduction made by Roger Freemean for the USAFM, this is before it was put on display in the museum
Here is the reproduction as it in in the USAFM currently
Ltn. Arthur Rahn Ehrenbecher's (Honor Goblet) typically given for a pilots first victory. This is on display at the USAFM

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