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MODEL AND TEXTURES INCLUDED: A model of the Fokker E.III has been included as well as color maps and specular map. Five skins are included with this aircraft. They include:
Tex_Ec.jpg: Fokker E.III 419/15 - German Air Service, Autumn 1915
Tex_Ec1.jpg: Fokker E.III 105/15 - Ernst Udet, Kampfeinsitzer Kommando (KEK) Habsheim, Western Front, German Air Service, March 1916
Tex_Ec2.jpg: Fokker E.III - Vzfw Eduard Böhme, F.Fl.Abt. 9b, German Air Service, Spring 1916
Tex_Ec3.jpg: Fokker E.III LF.70 - Lt Rauschke, German Naval Air Service, Spring 1916
Tex_Ec4.jpg: Fokker E.III 03.43 - Austro-Hungarian Service, Flik 8 or 19, 1916
ROTATIONS: The rudders, ailerons, prop, and elevators have been set up to be rotatable.
Detailed textures are provided including specular. Photoshop template files are available for download with the product so you can modify the layered textures to your liking.
The Fokker E.III was a monoplane aircraft flown by Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey during World War I. It was introduced in December 1915 when the air war in Europe was still very young. Initially it was used for primarily reconnaissance purposes but with its fixed Spandau machine gun it proved to be a great dogfighter and was the first aircraft to arrive in numbers sufficient to allow creation of specialized fighter units.
For a time in 1916 it would be the best fighter aircraft flying and would be responsible for the 'Fokker Scourge' when these aircraft maintained air superiority over the Allies. Improved aircraft by the Allies would ultimately lead to the Fokker E.III being outmoded. It would be fully replaced by aircraft such as the Albatros D.I and D.II in early 1917.