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City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:416606Submit Correction
View count: 123
Captured aircraft, believed to be at Saint-Omer where the aircraft was tested before being taken to Orfordness in the UK for further testing. Crashed into the Firth of Forth on December 23, 1917 killing pilot Clive Collett, a New Zealander. Photo from: Air Force Museum of New Zealand
Registration / Serial:G56
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):[ 1162/17 ]
Operator / Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:416606Submit Correction
View count: 123
Captured aircraft, believed to be at Saint-Omer where the aircraft was tested before being taken to Orfordness in the UK for further testing. Crashed into the Firth of Forth on December 23, 1917 killing pilot Clive Collett, a New Zealander. Photo from: Air Force Museum of New Zealand
Registration / Serial:G56
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):[ 1162/17 ]
Operator / Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian)
Photo Date:3 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:320642Submit Correction
View count: 63
On display at the National Air and Space Museum. The Albatros series suffered from wing failures in prolonged dives. However, it remained a frontline fighter and produced a number of German aces, including Manfred von Richthofen, who scored three-quarters of his 80 victories with the Albatros. This is a late war build that served with Jasta 46 that was formed at Graudenz. It was damaged in combat and was not repaired, eventually finding its way to the USA and was acquired by the Smithsonian.
Registration / Serial:7161
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Photo Date:3 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian)
Photo Date:3 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:320642Submit Correction
View count: 63
On display at the National Air and Space Museum. The Albatros series suffered from wing failures in prolonged dives. However, it remained a frontline fighter and produced a number of German aces, including Manfred von Richthofen, who scored three-quarters of his 80 victories with the Albatros. This is a late war build that served with Jasta 46 that was formed at Graudenz. It was damaged in combat and was not repaired, eventually finding its way to the USA and was acquired by the Smithsonian.
Registration / Serial:7161
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Photo Date:3 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian)
Photo Date:1 February 1986
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
Photo ID:264954Submit Correction
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An original Albatros D-Va captured on the Western Front in Spring 1918. It wears the personal markings "Stropp" and the "lozenge" camouflage pattern under its wings.
Registration / Serial:7161/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Photo Date:1 February 1986
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian)
Photo Date:1 February 1986
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
Photo ID:264954Submit Correction
View count: 545
An original Albatros D-Va captured on the Western Front in Spring 1918. It wears the personal markings "Stropp" and the "lozenge" camouflage pattern under its wings.
Registration / Serial:7161/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Photo Date:1 February 1986
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:18 December 1917 to 31 December 1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:141911Submit Correction
View count: 462
Crashed landed after a dogfight with 3 Sqn, Australian Flying Corps, on December 17, 1917, and recovered by its personnel under artillery fire. Repaired at Saint-Omer and flown to the UK where it became G/101. Claimed as a war prize by the Australians and shipped to Australia in mid 1918. Now part of the Australian War Memorial collection. Fabric, with a lozenge pattern camouflage, retained from a restoration in the 1960s was used as a guide for a further restoration completed in 2008. Photo from: State Library of Victoria
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:18 December 1917 to 31 December 1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:18 December 1917 to 31 December 1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:141911Submit Correction
View count: 462
Crashed landed after a dogfight with 3 Sqn, Australian Flying Corps, on December 17, 1917, and recovered by its personnel under artillery fire. Repaired at Saint-Omer and flown to the UK where it became G/101. Claimed as a war prize by the Australians and shipped to Australia in mid 1918. Now part of the Australian War Memorial collection. Fabric, with a lozenge pattern camouflage, retained from a restoration in the 1960s was used as a guide for a further restoration completed in 2008. Photo from: State Library of Victoria
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Airport:Saint-Omer - Wizernes (LFQN)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:18 December 1917 to 31 December 1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Canberra / War Memorial [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Collection:Australian War Memorial
Photo Date:28 June 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Photo ID:32916Submit Correction
View count: 131
This is a very rare, genuine Great War survivor. It was built in 1917 and served with Jasta 29. It was shot down during a dogfight with an RE.8 of 3 Squadron, AFC. The pilot, Lt Clauss was wounded and force-landed just inside the Australian lines between Armentieres and Ploegsteert Wood. Recovered under shellfire by 3 Sqn and eventually shipped to Austalia for the Australian War Memorial collection. Restored as close as possible to original condition during 2007-8.
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Canberra / War Memorial [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Photo Date:28 June 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros D-V
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Canberra / War Memorial [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Collection:Australian War Memorial
Photo Date:28 June 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
Photo ID:32916Submit Correction
View count: 131
This is a very rare, genuine Great War survivor. It was built in 1917 and served with Jasta 29. It was shot down during a dogfight with an RE.8 of 3 Squadron, AFC. The pilot, Lt Clauss was wounded and force-landed just inside the Australian lines between Armentieres and Ploegsteert Wood. Recovered under shellfire by 3 Sqn and eventually shipped to Austalia for the Australian War Memorial collection. Restored as close as possible to original condition during 2007-8.
Registration / Serial:D5390/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):D.5390/17
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Canberra / War Memorial [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Photo Date:28 June 2010
Photo by:Phil VabreContact
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian)
Photo Date:2002
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:3074Submit Correction
View count: 254
This original Albatros fighter is believed to have served with Jasta 46 on the Western Front in early 1918. The personal marking on the fuselage reads 'Stropp'.
Registration / Serial:7161/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Photo Date:2002
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian)
Photo Date:2002
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:3074Submit Correction
View count: 254
This original Albatros fighter is believed to have served with Jasta 46 on the Western Front in early 1918. The personal marking on the fuselage reads 'Stropp'.
Registration / Serial:7161/17
Aircraft Version:Albatros D-Va
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Germany - Air Force
City / Area:Washington / Smithsonian Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:District of Columbia, United States
Photo Date:2002
Photo by:Peter de JongContact