Flik 10 was an air force company of the Austro-Hungarian Air- force during the First World War. In January 1918, Jindra Struckel was appointed commander of Flik 11, although he soon got a more active command in Fliegergruppe G when he was posted to a bombing unit on the Italian front. He was injured during a night flight shortly after his arrival, and command of the squadron had to be passed on to Jindra’s old pilot. In September 1915, he entered the LFT as an observer. In October, he was assigned to Flik 10 in Russia, shifting to Flik 20 in February 1916.