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Photo ID: 2444509
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Romania - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88D-1/Trop
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, April 16, 2014
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105 (cn 430650) "National Museum of the US Air Force" The -D versions of the Ju88 were all photo reconnaissance aircraft. The displayed example flew for the Romanian Air Force during WWII until a pilot defected and flew the aircraft to Cyprus where the British seized it. It was delivered to the US where it was tested by the USAF. In 1960 it was delivered to the museum. [Nikon D800 / AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm]
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Photo ID: 2424093
Views: 1484
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88A
Off-Airport - Sinsheim
Germany, March 5, 2014
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1379 / UH-4V (cn 1379) "Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim" The Ju88 was a successful design and around 15000 were produced. They served as bomber, reconnaissance aircraft and even as fighter. The displayed example was salvaged from a Swedish lake in 1986. [Nikon D800 / AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm]
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Photo ID: 1998158
Views: 3238
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88R-1
Hendon (closed)
UK - England, October 22, 2010
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360043 / D5-EV (cn 360043) This Junkers was manufactured by Heinkel plant at Rostock or Oranienburg in 1942. In May 1943 served by IV/NJG 3, flown over Skagerrak from Norway and Denmark airbases. On 9th May 1943 aircraft took off from Kristiansand, Norway, over Skagerrak reported to HQ engine fire and headed for Scotland. Two of three crew co-operated with the British Secret Service, defected to the England and British won German night-fighter with the latest radar system FuG 202 Liechtenstein. On 25 May 1943 was applied British marking and test programme begun. In April 1946 was aircraft passed for museum purposes. In 1975 it was restored and since 1978 is displayed at Hendon in the Battle of Britain Museum Hall.
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Photo ID: 1963272
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88D-1/Trop
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 1973
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430650 / F6-AL (cn 430650) A Romanian Ju88 in which a young pilot defected to Cyprus in 7.43, being intercepted by four Hurricanes over Limassol. Given RAF serial HK959 and flown to Alexandria then handed over to the USAAF and ferried by air via Acension to Wright Field in 10.43. Placed on display in Luftwaffe colours, which were later changed to those shown here, before being restored to Romanian AF livery; now inside the USAFM
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Photo ID: 1852988
Views: 3540
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88R-1
Henlow (EGWE)
UK - England, September 16, 1967
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PJ876 (cn 360043) In storage at RAF Henlow, wearing its RAF serial used during WW2 tests. Now exhibited at the RAF Museum in full Luftwaffe markings. Allocated RAF Maintenance Command serial 8475M.
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Photo ID: 1778168
Views: 5628
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88A
Off-Airport - Sinsheim
Germany, September 4, 2010
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1379 / UH-4V (cn 1379) The Junkers Ju-88 was a World War II German Luftwaffe, multi-role aircraft. It was used successfully as a bomber, dive bomber, night fighter, torpedo bomber, reconnaissance aircraft, heavy fighter, and even as a flying bomb during the closing stages of conflict.
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Photo ID: 1706849
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88D-1/Trop
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Patterson AFB) (FFO / KFFO)
USA - Ohio, August 15, 1974
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430650 / F6-AL (cn 430650) On July 22nd 1943 a Romanian pilot defected to the British-held island of Cyprus in this aircraft. It flew with the RAF serial HK959 before it was turned over to the USAAF. Now on display in the United States Air Force Museum, at this time in fake German markings, but now in authentic Romanian markings.
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Photo ID: 1569241
Views: 7972
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88A
Off-Airport - Sinsheim
Germany, July 31, 2009
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1379 / UH-4V (cn 1379) In the year 1945 this aircraft made an emergency landing on a frozen lake in Sweden where it sank later. It was discovered in 1977 and rescued in 1986. After restoration it finally found a place in the "Auto & Technik Museum" in Sinsheim.
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Photo ID: 0990319
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Germany - Air Force
Junkers Ju-88R-1
Hendon (closed)
UK - England, January 7, 2006
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360043 / D5-EV (cn 360043) Part of The Battle of Britain Collection at the RAF Museum, Hendon.
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