Buddecke

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Rudolph Berthold - World War I - 1916
... The new unit started with a starred roster--Hans-Joachim Buddecke, Wilhelm Frankl, Walter Höhndorf, and Ernst Freiherr von Althaus were early members and all future aces ... Berthold handed over command to Buddecke and served in the Jasta's ranks before joining Jasta 14 on 16 October 1916 ... Buddecke and a wingman circled overhead as Berthold's train bore him away to his new assignment ...
Hans-Joachim Buddecke - Involvement in World War 1
... Buddecke was sent to the Western Front in September 1914 ... Because of his previous experience on monoplanes, Buddecke's good friend, Rudolph Berthold, suggested that he should fly the first of the Fokker ... Buddecke and Berhold, flying the Eindecker and a AEG G.II, respectively, formed a small Kampfstaffel within the unit, intercepting British reconnaissance aircraft ...
Rudolph Berthold - World War I - Prewar Through 1915
... September 1915 he was stationed with Hans-Joachim Buddecke in FFA 223, and the two became friends ... They decided that Buddecke should use his experience in a monoplane in 223's new Fokker Eindecker, while Berthold would fly the AEG G.II with its three gunners ... This decision sped Buddecke on his way to being a member of the first wave of German aces that included Oswald Boelcke, Max Immelmann, and Kurt Wintgens ...