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World War One: Fokker Dr.1 Triplane Hans Müller

Like Richthofen, Hans Müller initially served in the German Army, but then transferred to the Air Force in 1916. He flew two-seater aircraft until the end of 1917, when he transferred to single-seat fighters, and began to accumulate his final score of 12 victories.

 

Hans Müller (1896-1918)

Rank:

Leutnant

Victories:

12

Born:

03 July 1896, Etzel, Friesland

Died

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In March 1918 he was shot down over No Man's Land, but managed to make it back to the German lines after force landing his aircraft.

On the morning of the 14th September while flying with Jasta 15, Müller downed three Spad XIIIs within a space of 15 minutes, and then later the same day claimed a fourth Spad from the same squadron. 

 

Victories

09 Jan 1918 A.R.2

Staubecken

29 Jan 1918 A.R.2

South of Staubecken

29 Jan 1918 R.E.8

Miraumont

27 Mar 1918 Sopwith Camel

Nieppe Wood

22 May 1918 SPAD

Estaires

27 Jun 1918 D.H.4

Diedenhofen

13 Sep 1918 D.H.9

Thiaucourt

14 Sep 1918 SPAD XIII

Gorz

14 Sep 1918 SPAD XIII

West of Sillegny

14 Sep 1918 SPAD XIII

South of Goin

14 Sep 1918 SPAD XIII

West of Pont-a-Mousson

21 Sep 1918 SPAD

Combres Hill

 


 

Several Dr.1s following including Hans Muller practice their low level techniques.

 


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