Leutnant Franz Hemer was a World War I flying ace credited with 18 aerial victories. He was originally a talented concert cellist. His long curly blonde hair sparked his nickname of "Locken". Hemer served with FA(A) 283 before he was posted to Jasta 6 on 10 September 1917. He scored his first victory on 27 October 1917, when he shot down an RE.8. He scored once more in 1917, on 12 November. He was then assigned a Fokker Dr. 1. By the end of March 1918, he became an ace. He scored at least five more victories with the triplane before upgrading to a Fokker D.VII. He scored his last win on 8 August 1918. The following day, he was wounded in action when his Fokker DR.I was shot down during a dogfight with RAF D.H.9s and Sopwith Camels. While convalescing, he was commissioned a leutnant. Howeve

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  • Franz Hemer (ur. 1894, zm. 18 października 1982) – as lotnictwa niemieckiego Luftstreitkräfte z 18 potwierdzonymi zwycięstwami w I wojnie światowej. Franz Hemer na początku 1917 roku służył w jednostce wsparcie artylerii FAA 283 jako pilot. Po przejściu szkolenia z pilotażu samolotów myśliwskich w Jastaschule I 10 września 1917 roku został przydzielony do dowodzonej przez Hansa Rittera von Adama eskadry myśliwskiej Jagdstaffel 6. W jednostce służył do 9 sierpnia 1918 roku. Pierwsze zwycięstwo odniósł 27 października 1917 roku, ostatnie – osiemnaste – 8 sierpnia 1918 roku. 9 sierpnia w czasie kolejnego lotu bojowego został ciężko ranny w głowę i do końca wojny nie powrócił do służby czynnej. Zmarł we Frankfurcie 18 października 1982 roku. (pl)
  • Leutnant Franz Hemer was a World War I flying ace credited with 18 aerial victories. He was originally a talented concert cellist. His long curly blonde hair sparked his nickname of "Locken". Hemer served with FA(A) 283 before he was posted to Jasta 6 on 10 September 1917. He scored his first victory on 27 October 1917, when he shot down an RE.8. He scored once more in 1917, on 12 November. He was then assigned a Fokker Dr. 1. By the end of March 1918, he became an ace. He scored at least five more victories with the triplane before upgrading to a Fokker D.VII. He scored his last win on 8 August 1918. The following day, he was wounded in action when his Fokker DR.I was shot down during a dogfight with RAF D.H.9s and Sopwith Camels. While convalescing, he was commissioned a leutnant. However, he apparently did not return to flight duty before the war's end. (en)
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  • Franz Hemer (ur. 1894, zm. 18 października 1982) – as lotnictwa niemieckiego Luftstreitkräfte z 18 potwierdzonymi zwycięstwami w I wojnie światowej. Franz Hemer na początku 1917 roku służył w jednostce wsparcie artylerii FAA 283 jako pilot. Po przejściu szkolenia z pilotażu samolotów myśliwskich w Jastaschule I 10 września 1917 roku został przydzielony do dowodzonej przez Hansa Rittera von Adama eskadry myśliwskiej Jagdstaffel 6. W jednostce służył do 9 sierpnia 1918 roku. Zmarł we Frankfurcie 18 października 1982 roku. (pl)
  • Leutnant Franz Hemer was a World War I flying ace credited with 18 aerial victories. He was originally a talented concert cellist. His long curly blonde hair sparked his nickname of "Locken". Hemer served with FA(A) 283 before he was posted to Jasta 6 on 10 September 1917. He scored his first victory on 27 October 1917, when he shot down an RE.8. He scored once more in 1917, on 12 November. He was then assigned a Fokker Dr. 1. By the end of March 1918, he became an ace. He scored at least five more victories with the triplane before upgrading to a Fokker D.VII. He scored his last win on 8 August 1918. The following day, he was wounded in action when his Fokker DR.I was shot down during a dogfight with RAF D.H.9s and Sopwith Camels. While convalescing, he was commissioned a leutnant. Howeve (en)
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