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Photo ID: 2222604
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Messerschmitt Bf-109G-2/Trop
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UK - England, December 28, 2012
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10639 / 6 (cn 10639) This 109 was built in Leipzig in 1942 and ferried to North Africa, entered service with 8/JG77 and was danaged in combat a few days later. It was flown to Gambut Main for repair but captured essentially intact when this airfield was overrun. She was extensively testes and evaluated before being shipped to the UK where the serial RN228 was allocated. Following a crash at Duxford in 97 it was decided that she should be rebuilt to static display standard and ariived at the RAF Museum in March 02.
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Photo ID: 1984402
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UK - England, June 22, 2011
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10639 / 6 (cn 10639) Built in Sept. 1942 at Leipzig and sent to Libya to serve with JG 77. This aircraft had minor battle damage and was abandoned in an almost new condition in Nov. 1942 to the advancing Allies. Thereafter, 'Black 6’ was tested extensively in the Middle East and UK during the war. Restored to flying condition in 1991 as G-USTV. Damaged in a crash-landing at Duxford in 1997.
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Photo ID: 1543815
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Messerschmitt Bf-109G-2/Trop
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UK - England, July 21, 2008
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10639 / 6 (cn 10639) This aircraft was captured by the British in North Africa in 1942 and assigned the serial RN228. Much later it flew as G-USTV but it was deregistered in 1998 after a crash. It was subsequently restored as a static exhibit for display in the Milestone of Flight Gallery at the RAF Museum [Nikon D3]
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Photo ID: 1379569
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Messerschmitt Bf-109G-2/Trop
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UK - England, July 21, 2008
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10639 / 6 (cn 10639) This aircraft was captured by the British in North Africa in 1942 and assigned the serial RN228. Much later it flew as G-USTV but it was deregistered in 1998 after a crash. It was subsequently restored as a static exhibit for display in the Milestone of Flight Gallery at the RAF Museum [Nikon D3]
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Photo ID: 1359457
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UK - England, May 3, 2008
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10639 / 6 (cn 10639) Built at Erla in Leipzig in 1942, Heinz Lüdermann was flying with 8./JG 27 over the African desert when, after being damaged by a Curtis P-40, he force-landed at Gambut. The aircraft was captured by British troops on 31-Nov-1942. It was shipped to Liverpool where it underwent evaluation trials as RN228. It was put into storage, then later restored and flew the airshow circuit in the 1990s as G-USTV. Unfortunately she crashed again on 12-Oct-1997 at Duxford. Now restored to non-flying condition.
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