D.II was a single-seat escort fighter, based on the structural
principles of the C II, a wooden veneer shell fuselage. The deep
fuselage filled to gap between the biplane wings completely. The
production was hampered by a fire in the L.F.G. factory; about 20 were
built. The Roland D.II suffered from a design flaw that limited the
forward view of the pilot.
Engine: Mercedes D.III 160 hp.
Wingspan: 8.94 m
Length: 6.93 m
Weight: 653 kg/793 kg
Max. speed: 169 km/h
Ceiling: 5200 m
Armament: 2 x machineguns