The fourth photograph is of the present Fokker scout, the latest creation of Herr Fokker, the Dutch aircraft engineer residing in Germany. This single-seater' biplane is the successor to the treacherous but speedy Fokker triplane which was being employed in fair numbers but a few months ago, and which was the mount of Baron Von Richthoffen on his last and fatal flight. The bracing of this latest Fokker is odd and interesting, since it eliminates practically all guy wires. Another feature is the small plane just below the forward body and between the wheels, which must furnish some lifting effort and thus brings this machine almost, if not quite, in the class of triplanes. In this machine Fokker has abandoned rotary engines in favor of the stationary, six-cylinder Mercedes, with the V-shaped radiator.