A total of 17 D.XVI fighters was delivered to the Dutch army. There were troubles with the Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar engines. This aircraft received a new Panther engine in 1935, and a three-blade prop. Apparently it was no longer armed.
The C.I served in the Dutch army air force from 1920 until 1939, lastly as a trainer. This airframe was written off after flipping on its back on 16 June 1936, and this may be assumed to be that crash. It still has the original BMW inline engine.
Fokker's last biplane fighter was quite a stunner. Ten D.XVIIs were delivered to the Dutch army air force. By May 1940, seven remained in service with the advanced flying school on Texel Island, where 204 was destroyed by German strafing. Three others carried out one operational mission to the Grebbe Line front on 12 May, flown by rookie pilots.
This F-102A was originally delivered to the USAF and then passed to the Hellenic AF as 56-1052. it was acquired for display by the Netherlands around 1997 and is is on display in these fake USAF markings at the Nationaal Militair Museum, located at the former Soesterberg Air Base, near Utrecht.