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Messerschmitt Bf 109 F-4 "V-+08" from Hungarian Air Force Squadron 5/1 after a training mission ended in crash landing. V-+08 was destroyed when Stary Oskol airfield was evacuated on 18 March 1943

Messerschmitt Bf 109 from Hungarian Air Force Squadron after a training mission ended in crash landing. was destroyed when Stary Oskol airfield was evacuated on 18 March 1943

Messerschmitt Bf.109G-14, 102/1.Vadaszezred, "Ricsi", serial 5 (W.Nr.661022). This was the aircraft of Szdzados (Captain) Laszlo Pottyondy, the squadron commander and ace with 13 victories. The aircraft survived until the 2nd May 1945.

Messerschmitt "Ricsi", serial 5 This was the aircraft of Szdzados (Captain) Laszlo Pottyondy, the squadron commander and ace with 13 victories. The aircraft survived until the May

JG 53 Bf 109 E-3, c. 1939/1940

Luftwaffe soldiers of the Jagdgeschwader 53 (JG fighter wing (also known as "Ace of Spades") resting at an airfield infront of a Messerschmitt Bf 109 with an open bonnet.

Bf-109E3-8.JG53-(B3+I)-France-Jul-1940

If you look at Aviation history then you will see that the 109 was one of the best planes of all time.

Messerschmitt Me 323D "Gigant" (Giant) heavy transport at rest in an unknown airfield in 1943. Aircraft in the background appeared to be Heinkel He 111 medium bombers. The first unit equipped with the Me 323 and formed during November 1942 was I./KG.zbV (I.Gruppe / Kampfgeschwader zur besonderen Verwendung) that had nine aircraft, and became operational in the Middle East, where a second unit II./KG.zbV 323 was formed in March 1943.

Messerschmitt Me 323 D, German transport aircraft, carrying capacity: 20 tons. Equipped with 4 liquid-fueled RATO rockets which it needed to get off the ground. Designed in 1941

Me 109 flown by Ehrler.

The Bf 109 was one of the greatest combat aircraft in History of which more than were produced

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