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  1. 1ère Escadrille de Chasse Sous-Lieutenant Jean Olieslager's Hanriot HD1, H-D No.8

    This skin was created for EmlD's Hanriot HD1 (found here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=5730 and features overall silver/grey appearance with green uppersurfaces, engine-turned nose panels, integral (i.e., non-decal) Aviation Militaire Belge markings, and tri-colored stripes on the fuselage. Details include rib stitching, trailing edge drain holes, instrument panel that matches the VC instrument panel, and fluted Vickers barrel. As were many Belgian machines, this Hanriot was operated in a near-pristine condition until pranged 4 November 1917, an event which hospitalized Olieslagers for one month.
     
    Please see the PLEASE READ ME for further information.

    71 downloads

       (1 review)

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  2. JG1 Oblt. Hermann Goering's Fokker D.VII (F) 294/18

    Jagdgeschwader Nr.1 Oblt. Hermann Goering's Fokker D.VII (F) 294/18, circa July 1918. This requested skin features five-color irregular polygon wing camouflage, factory "streak" fuselage camouflage, and classic Jasta 11 colors.
     
    Please see READ ME for credits, notes and installation instructions.

    377 downloads

       (5 reviews)

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  3. Jasta 13 Ltn d R Paul Wolff's Fokker D.VII (OAW)

    Jasta 13 Ltn d R Paul Wolff's Fokker DVII (OAW), serial unknown, circa September 1918. This requested skin features four-color irregular polygon camouflage, post-Büchner Jasta 13 colors, and Wolff's personal heraldry.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    312 downloads

       (1 review)

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  4. Jasta 13 Gefr. Arnold Michaelis' Fokker D.VII (OAW)

    Jasta 13 Gefr. Arnold Michaelis' Fokker D.VII (OAW), serial unknown, circa October 1918. This requested skin features four-color irregular polygon camouflage, post-Büchner Jasta 13 colors, and Michaelis' personal heraldry.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    237 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  5. Jasta 13 Ltn d R Niethammer's Fokker D.VII (OAW)

    Jasta 13 Ltn d R Werner Niethammer's Fokker DVII (OAW), serial unknown, circa November 1918. This requested skin features four-color irregular polygon camouflage, Jasta 13's white-striped green/blue colors, and Niethammer's ubiquitous heraldry.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    209 downloads

       (1 review)

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  6. Jasta 13 Ltn Franz Büchner's Fokker D.VII

    Jasta 13 Ltn Franz Büchner's Fokker DVII (serial unknown), circa October 1918. This requested skin features four-color irregular polygon camouflage, Jasta 13's white-striped green/blue colors, and Büchner's flamboyant heraldry.
     
    See READ ME for installation instructions, etc.

    279 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  7. Jasta 13 Vzfw Albert Haussmann's Fokker DVII

    Jasta 13 Vzfw Albert Haussmann's Fokker DVII, serial number unknown, circa June 1918. This requested skin features five-color irregular polygon camouflage, early Jasta 13 green/blue colors, and Haussmann's personal heraldry, the colors of which are speculative.
     
    Please see READ ME for installation instructions.

    244 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  8. Jasta 13 Uffz Piel's Fokker DVII 373/18

    Jasta 13 Uffz Heinrich Piel's Fokker DVII 373/18, circa June 1918. This requested skin features 5-color irregular polygon camouflage, early Jasta 13 green/blue colors and Piel's personal heraldry.
     
    See READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    218 downloads

       (1 review)

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  9. Jasta 13 Uffz Fritzche's Fokker DVII

    Jasta 13 Uffz Johannes Fritzche's Fokker DVII (serial unknown), circa June 1918. This requested skin features 5-color irregular polygon camouflage, early Jasta 13 green/blue colors and Fritzche's personal heraldry.
     
    See READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    205 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  10. Jasta 13 Niethammer's Fokker DVII

    Jasta 13 Ltn. Werner Niethammer's Fokker DVII (serial unknown), circa June 1918. This requested skin features 5-color irregular polygon camouflage, early Jasta 13 green/blue colors and Niethammer's personal heraldry.
     
    See READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    180 downloads

       (1 review)

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  11. Jasta 13 Ltn Niethammer's Albatros D.V

    Jasta 13 Ltn. Werner Niethammer's Albatros D.V (serial unknown), circa June 1918. This requested skin features provisional green/mauve wing camouflage (only photograph I've seen is of the wingless fuselage), mixed national insignia, Axial propeller, classic Jasta 13 colors and Niethammer's personal insignia.
     
    See READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    303 downloads

       (4 reviews)

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  12. Jasta Boelcke Ltn Werner Voss's Albatros D.III

    Jasta Boelcke's Leutnant Werner Voss's Albatros D.III (serial number unknown), circa April 1917, prior to the addition of the turtledeck heart (a configuration specified by request). This skin features standard D.III finish with Jasta Boelcke's white empennage, improved metal fittings, tailskid shock cord, Axial propeller, and Voss's famous personal insignia.
     
    Note: This skin is a D.III skin applied to a D.V model.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    544 downloads

       (6 reviews)

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  13. Jasta 15 Ltn Ernst Udet's Albatros D.III 1941/16

    Jasta 15 Leutnant Ernst Udet's Albatros D.III 1941/16, circa January 1917. This skin is a request and is based on a Bob Pearson computer illustration (which is based on a Dan-San Abbot watercolor illustration) and features standard D.III finish, save for the wood fuselage being a reddish-brown rather than the normal straw-yellow.
     
    Note: This skin is a D.III skin applied to a D.V model. I understand this is historically inaccurate but I see no harm in skinning a D.V in this manner. Eventually, I am certain other Albatros D models will be created.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    439 downloads

       (8 reviews)

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  14. Jasta 5 Vfw Josef Mai's Albatros D.V 5284/17

    Jasta 5 Josef Mai's Albatros D.V 5284/17, circa late 1917-early 1918. This skin features 5-color irregular polygon wing camouflage, gray tires, Axial propeller, and Mai's personal star and crescent insignia.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.
     
    (Updated only to correct truncated website title. Actual skin unchanged.)

    390 downloads

       (5 reviews)

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  15. J5 Oberleutnant Richard Flashar's Albatros D.V 2065/17

    This skin features Flashar's dramatic fire-breathing dragon along most of the fuselage and empennage, wooden wing roots, square fuselage footstep on port-side only, and port wing footstep. Flashar flew 2065/17 during summer 1917, and it later became Ltn. von Hippel's backup machine.
     
    Please see READ ME for installation information.

    425 downloads

       (4 reviews)

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  16. JG1 Rittmeister Manfred von Richthofen's Albatros DV 2059/17

    Jagdgeschwader Nr.1 Rittmeister Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen's Albatros D.V 2059/17, circa August 1917. This skin features "washed" national fuselage insignia, green/mauve camouflage on wings, varying shades of red from overlapped coats of paint (visible in photographs, historians theorize the nose and tail were initially painted red before the rest of the fuselage was "filled in" with a thinner, translucent coat), Garuda propeller, wooden wing roots, square fuselage footstep, and port wing footstep.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.

    348 downloads

       (6 reviews)

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  17. JG1 Rittmeister Manfred von Richthofen's Albatros D.V

    Jagdgeschwader Nr.1 Rittmeister Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen's Albatros D.V, serial number unknown, circa July 1917. This skin features "washed" national insignia on wings and vert stab/rudder, "subdued" national insignia on fuselage, dark red "ring" around fuselage from multiple paint coats, Garuda propeller, wooden wing roots, square fuselage footstep, and port wing footstep.
     
    Please see READ ME for notes and installation instructions.
     
    *UPDATE* As of 21 December, skin features improved wing/empennage ribs as seen in screenshot.

    370 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  18. Jasta 6 Ltn d R Ulrich Neckel's Fokker DVII (OAW)

    Jasta 6 Ltn d R Ulrich Neckel's Fokker DVII (OAW), serial unknown, circa September 1918. This skin features hand-made four-color irregular polygon camouflage, leading/trailing edge rib tape, new national insignia, Heine propeller, wing footsteps, and Ulrich's extended black & white unit identity stripes.
     
    Please see READ ME for installation instructions.

    419 downloads

       (5 reviews)

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  19. Jasta 15 Georg von Hantelmann's Fokker DVII 382/18

    Jasta 15 Leutnant Georg von Hantelmann's Fokker DVII 382/18, circa June 1918. This skin features new hand-made five-color irregular polygon camouflage, new national insignia, Heine propeller, and Hantelmann's skull and crossbones insignia. See READ ME for install directions.

    384 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  20. Jasta 10 Ltn Arthur Laumann's Fokker DVII

    Jasta 10 Ltn Arthur Laumann's Fokker DVII, circa August 1918. This skin features hand-made four-color irregular polygon camouflage, Heine propeller, and Laumann's personal "AL" insignia. See READ ME for install directions.

    333 downloads

       (1 review)

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  21. Jasta 11 Fokker DVII, DVIIF

    New Fokker DVII and DVIIF skins for Jasta 11, which replace the stock yellow skins. Early streak camouflage fuselages and new 4-color irregular polygon camouflage on the wings. Intended not to replicate any one plane but instead give Jasta 11 a more realistic representation than do the stock skins. First skins of many to come.
     
    Unzip to temporary folder and consult the READ ME.

    340 downloads

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