The Fokker Eindeckers were a series of German fighters that were used in World War 1. They were first introduced in 1915, but became obsolete in 1916. The air superiority brought by the Eindecker during this time was called the "Fokker Scourge". 416 were produced.
Details (E.III Variant)Edit
- Length: 7.2 Metres
- Wingspan: 9.52 Metres
- Maximum Speed: 87 MPH/ 140 KM/H
- Service Ceiling: 37,730 FT
Only one Eindecker remains from World War 1. It is at the Science Museum in London. Before World War 2, there was another one on display, but it was destroyed from allied bombing.