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Picture of the Junkers Ju-87G-2 Stuka aircraft

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More: Germany - Air Force
More: Junkers Ju-87G-2 Stuka
More: Henlow (EGWE)
More: UK - England, September 16, 1967
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More: Steve Williams
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A visitor from India posted Fri July 8, 2011:
Great snap of the legendary aircraft , also the Me-109 in the background.

A visitor from United States posted Sat April 9, 2011:
Stood next to one after the II ww

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri September 17, 2010:
The Germans knew how to build airplanes too, everithyng here is rock solid, allmost bullet-proof.As a dive bomber it hadn't to be aerodynamicaly clean anyway.Wonder how it was to fly.

A visitor from United States posted Sun July 18, 2010:
Very nice photo. It's nice to see the Swastika on the tail. Yes, I said it. The Swastika was part of the German WWII Luftwaffen aircraft, part of the Ensignia, part of that time. There should be no shame in displaying it on such an aircraft.

A visitor from Sri Lanka posted Wed July 22, 2009:
Very rare pic, I must say! What's the story on this bird?

A visitor from United States posted Mon June 2, 2008:
Fantastic profile

A visitor from United States posted Mon June 2, 2008:
This photo remeber us by the german perfect air plane industry during 2 world war

A visitor from Brazil posted Tue January 29, 2008:
Great Job, Hans H. Rudel could be jumping is his grave, like we say here in Brazil. The sky color and the barracs was aproprieted for this foto. congratulations.

A visitor from Spain posted Tue March 13, 2007:
This stuka is one of the 3 existing planes who are left.
Nice to see it outdoors.


A visitor from Canada posted Wed September 13, 2006:
Excellent picture but i wonder if this stuka is
still around somewhere.

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