Fokker D.VIII

Fokker D.VIII
The Fokker D.VIII was the last German aircraft to be designed and flown in the First World War. It was also the last German plane to score an aerial victory. Its slim profile earned it the name “The Flying Razor” from Allied pilots. Only 85 D.VIII’s were actually in front-line service before the Armistice, but the plane proved to be a worthy compliment alongside the D.VII. Agile and easy to fly, pilots found the D.VIII to be and excellent all around fighter.

This D.VIII is painted in the scheme of Gotthard Sachsenberg, a German ace with 31 victories to his name and winner of the “Blue Max”. After the war, Sachsenberg designed and built the museum’s “Cottbus” aircraft hangar.

Country: Germany

Manufacturer: Fokker Flugzuegwerke

Engine: Oberursel UR.II Rotary

Horsepower: 110 hp

Max Speed: 117 mph

Empty Weight: 893 lbs

Max Weight: 1,334 lbs

Ceiling: 19,685 feet

Crew: One

Armament: 2 x 7.92 Spandau MG08

Fighter Factory operates and mainatins many WWII & WWI flying military aircraft including:

Fighters | Bombers | Trainers |Liaison & Other historical Military antiques

Spitfire | P-51 Mustang | Hawker Hurricane | TMB Avenger | P-40 Curtiss | PBY Catalina | FG-1D | SNJ-2 | T28-D | Corsair | Polikarpov PO-2 | Polikarpov I-15bis | Polikarpov I-16 Rata | Polikarpov I-163 | YAK | A-26 Invader | Junkers JU-52 | Sopwith Strutter | Tiger Moth DH-82A | SPAD SXIII | FM-2 Wildcat | Stearman N2S-3 | AD-4 Skyraider | Alabtros D.Va | Beechcraft T-34B | Bell P-63 | Bleriot X1 | Peashooter P26-D | Jungmeister 133C | Chipmunk DGC-1 | WACO YMF-5 | V1 Flying Bomb | Focke Wolfe FW-44J | Fokker Tri-Planes | Fokker Bi-Planes | Halberstadt | TG-4A | Russian LA-9 | Nieuport model 11 |

The above list is incomplete and we have more aircraft available at the museum


Fighter Factory – 1341 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23457

About Us

Fighter Factory

is the restoration & maintenance & facility for the
Military Aviation Museum.

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The new hangar was recently built in April 2011 on the grounds of the Virginia Beach Airport adjacent to the Museum

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We employ a team of 15 highly skilled and experienced aviation technicians to ensure our aircraft remain safely in flight operational status. Meeting all FAA standards as required

Restoration Work

In addition to aircraft maintenance, Fighter Factory staff are also involved in much of the aircraft restoration projects, either on-site or at remote locations.

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Whenever new aircraft are acquired for the museum it is the responsibility of Fighter Factory staff to become technically proficient and knowledgeable in that particular aircraft. To ensure flight safety for pilots & ground crew

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