This object is not on display at the National Air and Space Museum. It is either on loan or in storage.
Collection Item Summary:
One-half right front close up view of a damaged Caproni Ca.3 bomber being examined by Austro-Hungarian Luftfahrtruppen personnel after it was forced down by J=zsef Kiss and his observer Kurt Fiedler of Fliegerkompanie 24 on August 25, 1916. Caption on album page - "Abgeschossener feindl Caproni." ("Downed enemy Caproni"). Page 20 of a souvenir photo album of Fliegerkompanie (FliK) 17 of the Kaiserliche und Kn̦igliche (K.u.K.) Luftfahrtruppen (Imperial and Royal Aviation Troops) of Austria-Hungary, stationed on the Italian Front.
Collection Item Long Description:
- Air pilots, Military
- Airmen & aircraft
- Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Heer - Aviation
- Caproni Ca.3 (Bomber)
- Military Aircraft
- Reconnaissance Aircraft
- World War, 1914-1918 - Austria