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Typenumber E.2./M.14
Type of aircraft
Country Germany
Date first flight 1915
Crew 1
Wingspan 9,5/31 ft 2¾ in
Lenght 7,2/23 ft 7½ in
Height: 9 ft 1¾ in [2.4 m]
Empty Weight 399 kg
Enginetype 1xOberursel U.I, 9 cylinder, rotary
100 hp [75 kW
max speed 130 km/h
ceiling 3000 m
Endurance 1½ hours
Armament 1x7.62 mm machine gun
Number built 59


Fokker E.2/M.14

Lieutenant Kurt Wintgens in flight with his Fokker E.2. M.14

Anthony Fokker at the controls of a E.2. with his name on it

Hauptmann Von Buttlar inspects the Fokker E.2. 25/15. He had earlier conducted extensive tests of the E.1.

German ground crew make adjustment to a Kokker E.2. (M.14) assigned to Flieger Abteilung 14 on the western front

This Fokker E.2. was being wheeled away by its ground crew for maintenance at a forward airfield

Corporal Boehme in the cockpit of a Fokker E.2. serial 43/15. The wooden propeller has a German cross in the blade

A E.2. (M.14) parked on wooden planking at the factory field

Fokker E.2. 69/15 parked in the open air near the Fokker factory. This may have been the last Fokker E.2. to be produced

Fokker E.2. 7/15 flipped over onto his back after a crash landing at a German front line airfield

Development of the M.14

Development of the model Fokker M.14 began before the synchronized armament was fitted to the Fokker E.1.

Most were delivered as armed aircraft, and 100hp Oberursel engines were fitted during overhaul.


New-built aircraft to this standard were known as Fokker E.3.

59 were built.