Vizefeldwebel Alfons Nagler, also Alfons Nagler, (born 4 August 1893, date of death unknown) was a World War I flying ace credited with ten aerial victories. Nagler was a trained mechanic who joined aviation on 4 October 1913. He was in the reserves when World War I began. He served as a mechanic in FA 4 until 6 May 1915, when he reported for pilot training. Upon graduation, he was stationed with FA(A) 220 on the Russian Front on 8 October. He served with this unit until 27 September 1917. He then served with the fighter unit attached to FA(A) 220 until 10 December. He was then transferred to Jasta Over-Ost. From there, he was forwarded on 26 March 1918 to Jasta 74. When Jasta Over-Ost became Jasta 81, Nagler rejoined them. Between 27 May and 5 October 1918, he ran up a score of nine Spads

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  • Vizefeldwebel Alfons Nagler, also Alfons Nagler, (born 4 August 1893, date of death unknown) was a World War I flying ace credited with ten aerial victories. Nagler was a trained mechanic who joined aviation on 4 October 1913. He was in the reserves when World War I began. He served as a mechanic in FA 4 until 6 May 1915, when he reported for pilot training. Upon graduation, he was stationed with FA(A) 220 on the Russian Front on 8 October. He served with this unit until 27 September 1917. He then served with the fighter unit attached to FA(A) 220 until 10 December. He was then transferred to Jasta Over-Ost. From there, he was forwarded on 26 March 1918 to Jasta 74. When Jasta Over-Ost became Jasta 81, Nagler rejoined them. Between 27 May and 5 October 1918, he ran up a score of nine Spads and a Breguet XIV shot down. By the time the war ended, he had earned not only the Iron Cross, but two Austro-Hungarian medals and one from Baden. (en)
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  • Vizefeldwebel Alfons Nagler, also Alfons Nagler, (born 4 August 1893, date of death unknown) was a World War I flying ace credited with ten aerial victories. Nagler was a trained mechanic who joined aviation on 4 October 1913. He was in the reserves when World War I began. He served as a mechanic in FA 4 until 6 May 1915, when he reported for pilot training. Upon graduation, he was stationed with FA(A) 220 on the Russian Front on 8 October. He served with this unit until 27 September 1917. He then served with the fighter unit attached to FA(A) 220 until 10 December. He was then transferred to Jasta Over-Ost. From there, he was forwarded on 26 March 1918 to Jasta 74. When Jasta Over-Ost became Jasta 81, Nagler rejoined them. Between 27 May and 5 October 1918, he ran up a score of nine Spads (en)
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