US Air Force Museum - Early Years - Fokker D VII
Bill Maloney
2/8/2007

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Fokker D. VII Specifications:

Length: 22 feet 11 inches
Wingspan:
29 feet, 3 inches
Height:
9 feet, 2 inches
Crew:
1
Weight:
1,500 lbs Empty 1,840 lbs Max
Max Speed: 120mph
Cruise Speed: 108mph
Range: 165 miles
Service Ceiling: 12,000 feet
Fuel Capacity: 31 Gallons
Powerplant: Mercedes 6 cylinder inline engine 160 hp
Armament:
  Two 7.92 Spandau machine guns
First Flight : July 14, 1917
Cost: $____

 

The Fokker here at the US Air Force Museum is an excellent reproduction. The only Fokker D. VII to survive in north America is in Brome County Museum in Knowlton, Quebec about 50 miles souteast of Montreal or 50 miles northeast of Burlington, VT. An unrestored Fokker D. VII at the Brome County Museum in Knowlton, Quebec
Fokker D. VII German Biplane at The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Rhinebeck, NY A working flying reproduction of a Fokker D. VII can be found at The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Rhinebeck, NY

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