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In Memoriam

Klaas Willem Jonker
(Wilko)
† April 30, 2018

On Monday 30 April 2018, Wilko Jonker died after a long illness at the age of 58. He leaves behind a wife and two children. The Dutch military aviation and plastic modeling were his hobby and on this website he shared all the knowledge he has collected over the years. His hobby has been able to distract him from the persistent disease in his body until the last week of his life. The contacts with other hobbyists were a major support for him.

This website will be maintained by different people for as long as possible, so that other enthusiasts can continue to benefit from extensive content.

Spijker V.2

In service with LVA and RNlNAS.

In service with LVA.

The LVA used 58 examples as primary trainers.

In service with RNlNAS.

The RNlNAS used 20 examples. Many accidents occured, mainly caused by the unreliable eninge. The Spijker V.2 was withdrawn from use in 1924 and replaced by the Fokker S.III trainer.

RNlNAS

TWo seat trainer Spijker V.2
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Spijker V.2 serial C-17
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Spijker V.2 two seat trainer.
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Ltz2 H.G. de Bruijne (1894-1937) after obtaining his FA1-pilot license in January 1920. At the background a Spijker V-2 .
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(Maarten Frans) M.F. Elkerbout in a Spijker V.2 C 27, at naval air station De Kooy, August 1920.
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Ltz2 W.H. Tetenburg, eldest officer at naval air station De Mok and student=-pilot Ltz 2 J.S. Mahns climbing out of a Spijker V.2.
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Spijker V.2 serial C-16, built by Trompenburg, Amsterdam. Note the swastica on the fuselage.
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Accident with Spijker V.2 C.29 , February 19, 1920, naval air station De Kooy.
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Spijker V.2 serial C.25 g
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Sgtcnst-vl J. van der Steeg in front of a Spijker V-2.
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LTZIIV W.H. Smets in front of a Spijker V.2 jachtvliegtuig, after obtaining his FA1 pilot license.
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De Spijker V.2, serial C-13.
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Jozeph (Chef) Kreuger (1886-1971) zit in een Thulin LA schoolvliegtuig 1ste vliegopleiding die in een hangar op het marinevliegkamp De Kooy bij Den Helder staat. Kreuger werd in 1917 door het Ministerie van Marine gevraagd om een fototechnische dienst op het Marinevliegkamp De Mok te Texel op te richten. Later volgde die van het Marinevliegkamp De Kooy. Kreuger was in dienst bij het Ministerie van Marine tot in 1920.
Jozeph (Chef) Kreuger (1886-1971) in a Spijker primary trainer. 
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LVA

Spijker V-2 serial 83 at Soesterberg.
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Spijker V-2 serial 33 at Soesterberg 1922.
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Trompenburg (Spijker) V.2 37 on its nose at Soesterberg.
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Trompenburg (Spijker) V.2 34 at Soesterberg. At the right a Trompenburg-Nieuport.
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Prototype Trompenburg (Spijker) V.2 at Soesterberg, april 1918.
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Leerlingvlieger J. van Staveren in Trompenburg (Spijker) V.2 58 at Soesterberg, March 26, 1920.
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Sgtsnrt A.G.H. Telman, good pilot, instructor morse code for pilots .
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Primairy trainer Spijker V.2 serial 68 at Soesterberg with oranje circle as national marking. The rear cockpit has a head rest.
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Primairy trainer Spijker V.2 serial 68 at Soesterberg with oranje circle as national marking. The rear cockpit has a head rest.
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Trompenburg (Spijker) V.2 33 at Soesterberg.
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Trompenburg (Spijker) V.2 38 at Soesterberg, with student-pilotr W.Warnaar.
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Trompenburg (Spijker) V.2 55.
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Spijker V.2 serial 30.
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