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Junkers Ju 87 Stuka


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Ju 87 G-2, Werk Nr. 494083 at The RAF Museum, Hendon. Pics mine. This is a later, ground-attack variant; it was captured by British forces at Eggebek, Schleswig-Holstein in May 1945. It is thought to have been built in 19431944 as a D-5 before being rebuilt as a G-2 variant, possibly by fitting G-2 outer wings to a D-5 airframe. The wings have the hard-points for Bordkanone BK 3,7 gun-pods, but these are not fitted. It was one of 12 captured German aircraft selected by the British for museum preservation.

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