WW1 Wings of Glory – Fokker DR.I (Kempf) - EN
The Fokker Dr.I was a triplane built by Fokker-Flugzeugwerke during the First World War. The design, based off of Britain’s Sopwith Triplane, is well known thanks to the Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen, for being the plane in which he scored his final last 19 victories. The Dr.I offered exceptional maneuverability, due to the rudder and elevator controls that were light and powerful, and thanks to aces that piloted it covering themselves in glory, has become the most famous and iconic airplane of WW1.
One 1/144 scale model
Flight stand with game stats
4 altitude stands
Friedrich “Fritz” Kempf scored four victories flying with the “Jasta Boelcke” on his Fokker Dr.I, and he was noted especially for his personal marking on his aircraft “Kempf — Do you still know me”.