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Mayor Gerhard Shepfel in the cockpit fighter Focke-Wulf Fw.190A-2 at the airport of Saint-Omer

Mayor Gerhard Shepfel in the cockpit fighter Focke-Wulf at the airport of Saint-Omer

Suspension of bombs on fighter-bomber Messerschmitt Bf.109F-4B

Messerschmitt from (Jabo). Italy, Sicily, San Pietro, in March

This is probaly another Fw 190 required by the pilots of the 354th Fighter Group Has later war era outline cross on fuselage and VERY late war Nose band. The Fuselage MG's lookto be 13mm with the larger bulges so I'd guess it's and A-8 or A-9 or a F-8/9 with the earlier canopy. (plus given the US truck, it looks captured

This is probaly another Fw 190 required by the pilots of the 354th Fighter Group Has later war era outline cross on fuselage and VERY late war Nose band. The Fuselage MG's lookto be 13mm with the larger bulges so I'd guess it's and A-8 or A-9 or a F-8/9 with the earlier canopy. (plus given the US truck, it looks captured

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German fighter Fw-190 A-4 shot down somewhere in the Soviet Union in February 1944.

bmashina: “ German fighter shot down somewhere in the Soviet Union in February ”

Preparations for departure of the German fighter Fw.190A-7 at the airport in the center of Dortmund

Preparations for departure of the German fighter at the airport in the center of Dortmund

A captured Focke Wulf FW 190A-3 at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, Hampshire, with the RAE's chief test pilot, Wing Commander H J "Willie" Wilson at the controls, August 1942. MP499, was retained by the RAE, undergoing extensive evaluation by flying and technical staff, including a programme of trials with contemporary Allied fighters (IWM)

A captured Focke Wulf Fw at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, with the RAE’s chief test pilot, Wing Commander H J “Willie” Wilson at the controls, August 1942

Fw-190

Fw-190

Mitsubishi a6m Zero - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

Mitsubishi Zero - patrolling the skies of the Solomons islands, 1944

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