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Messerschmitt Bf.108 Taifun - Germany (Nazi)

Bf.109B-1
Serial: NM+NR
Unit: 2./JG 53

Apart from their front line equipment, the Jagdwaffe had a number of transport and communications aircraft assigned to them. Typical of these is this Bf.108 which was operated by II/JG 53 based at Charleville during may 1940.


Artist: © Thomas A.Tullis
Source: 'Jagdwaffe - Attack in the West, May 1940' by Eric Mombeek with J.Richard Smith and Eddie J.Creek, Luftwaffe Colours, Volume One Section 4, Classic Publication, 2000
Messerschmitt Bf.108 Taifun - Germany (Nazi) | Bf.109B-1 | 2./JG 53 | NM+NR

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