09 March 1917
Source ID: 13
Combat Report: 1155 hrs, Vickers one-seater. No. on tail AMC 3425a. Between Roclincourt and Bailleul, this side of the line, 500 metres behind trenches. Occupant: Not recognisable, as completely burnt. With three of my planes I attacked several enemy planes. The machine I had singled out soon caught fire and dashed downwards after firing 100 shots. The plan is lying on our side, but cannot be salvaged as it is nearly completely burned and too near the front. Weather: low clouds and snowstorms all day.