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PoorOldSpike

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Ju-88G night fighter with radar aerials
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He-177 rear turret
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PoorOldSpike

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Me109-E7
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Fw190A-3
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Goering (6th from right) eyeballs the Kent coast from France, July 1st 1940
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PoorOldSpike

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German fighter pilots of the 300th Fighter Squadron (JG300) Hubert Engst (left) and Norbert Graziadio discuss the results of air combat in front of a Fw-190A-8.
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This Me 110's armament includes rocket tubes
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Guderian

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UberSTUKA

the tail 180 rotation shift 'should' give excellent yaw control in those screaming dives.
It in 'functioallity' is not pretty. Either is the warhog.

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Hans-Joachim Marseille (1919 – 1942) Luftwaffe fighter pilot and flying ace during World War II. He is noted for his aerial battles during the North African Campaign. Marseille claimed all but seven of his "official" 158 victories against the British Commonwealth's Desert Air Force over North Africa, flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter for his entire combat career.-
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