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Focke-Wulf Fw 190A
 
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Focke-Wulf Fw 190A
 
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Focke-Wulf Fw 190A
 
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Focke-Wulf Fw 190A
 
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Focke-Wulf Fw 190A
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FW-190A flown by the Staffelkapitan of 7/JG 1 Oblt Harry Koch in Aalborg-Ost in May 1942
 
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Fw 190 with a 210-mm unguided rocket WGr21 (WerferGranate 21) which shot backwards
 
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Fw-190A-2 of 7/JG2 1942
 
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FW 190 "schwarze 16" of 8./JG 26 with Spatzwappen (sparrow emblem) seen at Wevelgem during 1943.
In the cockpit is Wart Gödecker and on the right of the shot is Lt. Gerd Wiegand
 
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Fw-190A-8 WNr 173053 flown by Gefr. Paul Dorlöchter of 3./JG 11,
downed by US anti-aircraft fire in the vicinity of Mantes, 24 August 1944
 
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Fw 190 G-8s or G-3s of 1. Staffel SKG 10 at Tours-West June 1944
 
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Luftwaffe pilot Kahn decided to defect. On 30 August when 14 Fw-190s were being ferried to JG26 at
Brussels-Melsbroek. Taking off from Wiesbaden, Kahn flew straight to England and belly landed near
Monkton road farm, close to Manston, Kent. His Fw-190A-8, Wnr 171747, was later put on display at
the Farnborough exhibition of captured German equipment before being scrapped.

 

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Fw 190D-9
 

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