Mike O'Neal created this painting to compliment the beginning article on Madison, New Jersey's own Kenneth Unger. Unger flew Sopwith Camels with No. 210 Squadron, RAF. He frequently tangled with the aggressive pilots of Jasta 7, here going after Jastafuehrer Josef Jacobs who was flying his black Fokker triplane.
Madison Ace - Lt. Kenneth Unger 210 Squadron, RAF by Michael O'Neal
Author and artist Michael O'Neal introduces New Jersey fighter pilot Kenneth Unger, who flew Sopwith Camels with the RAF in 1918.
German Navy Landplane Serial Numbers by Peter M. Grosz
Peter M. Grosz presents a description and accurate list of all German naval landplane numbers allocated in the years 1914 to 1916 for reference purposes to assist in identifying naval landplanes in war diaries, photographs and documents.
"My Last Time at the Front, July-August 1918" by Jan Hayzlett
Jan Hayzlett provides this translation of an account by Lother Freiherr von Richthofen of his last stint at the front.
ERNEST E. KESLING Army of Occupation Pilot by Noel C. Sirley
Interviewed by Noel C. Shirley, Kesling gives an account of his service in the Army of Occupation in Germany. Well illustrated!
The Albatros D.V/D.Va-A Photo Essay by Greg VanWyngarden
Greg VanWyngarden takes a look at some interesting markings and details of Germany's most numerous fighter, the Albatros D.V/Va series fighter.
Nachrichtenblatt by Jan Hayzlett
Jan Hayzlett, assisted by Peter Kilduff, provides a translation of this, the third installment, of the official German Aviation communiques.
Between the Lines
League President's message
Between the Bookends
First to the Front | Fokker Fighters DI-IV | F.E.8 Windsock Data File | Above Flanders' Fields | Bayerische Flieger im Hochgebirge
Mentioned in Dispatches
More Information Needed | Front Cover Draws Response | Debate Goes On | Boelcke Revisited | A Challege... Fokker D.VIIs | Belated Credit | "i.Kr" vs. "i.Kr.