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Addi Glunz stands beside his Fw 190A-7 W.Nr. 642 527 "White 9" on 22 February 1944. Photographed at Cambrai-Epinoy.colorized photo .

Addi Glunz stands beside his Fw 190A-7 W.Nr. 642 527 "White 9" on 22 February 1944. Photographed at Cambrai-Epinoy.colorized photo .

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Messerschmitt Me-262A Schwalbe, Luftwaffe, Reichsverteidigung

Messerschmitt Me-262A Schwalbe, Luftwaffe, Reichsverteidigung

1935-1945 Messerschmitt Bf 109. Luftwaffe, HAF, ANP, RRAF - Fighter. Engine: Daimler-Benz DB 605A-1, liquid-cooled inverted V12, 1,475 PS (1,475 hp, 1,085 kW). Armament: 2 x 13 mm (.51 in) synchronized MG 131 machine guns, 1 x 20 mm (.78 in) MG 151/20 cannon as centerline or 1 x 30 mm (1.18 in) MK 108 cannon as centerline Motorkanone, 2 x 20mm MG 151/20 underwing cannon pods, 2 x 21cm (8in) Wfr Gr.20 rockets, 1 x 250kg bomb, 4 x 50kg bombs, 1 x 300 ltr drop tank. Max Speed: 640 km/h @ 6,300m

1935-1945 Messerschmitt Bf 109. Luftwaffe, HAF, ANP, RRAF - Fighter. Engine: Daimler-Benz DB 605A-1, liquid-cooled inverted V12, 1,475 PS (1,475 hp, 1,085 kW). Armament: 2 x 13 mm (.51 in) synchronized MG 131 machine guns, 1 x 20 mm (.78 in) MG 151/20 cannon as centerline or 1 x 30 mm (1.18 in) MK 108 cannon as centerline Motorkanone, 2 x 20mm MG 151/20 underwing cannon pods, 2 x 21cm (8in) Wfr Gr.20 rockets, 1 x 250kg bomb, 4 x 50kg bombs, 1 x 300 ltr drop tank. Max Speed: 640 km/h @ 6,300m

Messerschmitt Bf 109

Messerschmitt Bf 109

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Luftwaffe officers in Russia-1941

Luftwaffe officers in Russia-1941

Luftwaffe Soldat

Luftwaffe Soldat

Luftwaffe aircraft timeline

Luftwaffe aircraft timeline

Erich Hartmann april 1944 He claimed 352 aerial victories in 1,404 combat missions. He engaged in aerial combat 825 times while serving with the Luftwaffe.Hartmann was forced to crash-land his damaged fighter 14 times. This was due to damage received from parts of enemy aircraft he had just shot down or mechanical failure. Hartmann was never shot down or forced to land due to fire from enemy aircraft.making him the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare

Erich Hartmann april 1944 He claimed 352 aerial victories in 1,404 combat missions. He engaged in aerial combat 825 times while serving with the Luftwaffe.Hartmann was forced to crash-land his damaged fighter 14 times. This was due to damage received from parts of enemy aircraft he had just shot down or mechanical failure. Hartmann was never shot down or forced to land due to fire from enemy aircraft.making him the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare

reichsmarschall: “ A pilot sitting on the edge of the cockpit of his Messerschmitt Me 109 on an air base at the Channel coast. ”

reichsmarschall: “ A pilot sitting on the edge of the cockpit of his Messerschmitt Me 109 on an air base at the Channel coast. ”

Adolf Galland - Luftwaffe pilot

Adolf Galland - Luftwaffe pilot

Oberleutnant Rudi Wolfmüller of the Afrika Korps Luftwaffe contingent, in full dress uniform (ca. 1943, colorized). There is a recurring controversy over whether he was legitimately awarded the Knight's Cross.

Oberleutnant Rudi Wolfmüller of the Afrika Korps Luftwaffe contingent, in full dress uniform (ca. 1943, colorized). There is a recurring controversy over whether he was legitimately awarded the Knight's Cross.

Erich Alfred Hartmann (1922 – 1993), nicknamed "Bubi" by his comrades and "The Black Devil" by his Soviet adversaries, was a German fighter pilot during WW2 and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. He claimed 352 aerial victories—that is, 352 aerial combat encounters resulting in the destruction of the enemy aircraft—in 1,404 combat missions. Hartmann was never shot down and his Black Tulip design adorning his planes would, by itself, scare Soviet pilots away.

Erich Alfred Hartmann (1922 – 1993), nicknamed "Bubi" by his comrades and "The Black Devil" by his Soviet adversaries, was a German fighter pilot during WW2 and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. He claimed 352 aerial victories—that is, 352 aerial combat encounters resulting in the destruction of the enemy aircraft—in 1,404 combat missions. Hartmann was never shot down and his Black Tulip design adorning his planes would, by itself, scare Soviet pilots away.

Because of his youthful appearance, Luftwaffe Major Erich Alfred Hartmann was nicknamed "Bubi" ("kid"). With over 350 confirmed aerial victories, he is undoubtedly the greatest fighter pilot in human history. He was awarded the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds, Germany's highest military decoration at the time. With Germany's defeat, he was charged with various war crimes and spent over ten years in Soviet POW camps. He was released in 1955, one of the last Heimkehrer.

Because of his youthful appearance, Luftwaffe Major Erich Alfred Hartmann was nicknamed "Bubi" ("kid"). With over 350 confirmed aerial victories, he is undoubtedly the greatest fighter pilot in human history. He was awarded the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds, Germany's highest military decoration at the time. With Germany's defeat, he was charged with various war crimes and spent over ten years in Soviet POW camps. He was released in 1955, one of the last Heimkehrer.

Luftwaffe soldiers

Luftwaffe soldiers

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