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Messerschmitt Bf.108 Taifun - Germany (Nazi)

Bf.108B-2
Serial: BG+KM
Unit: Luftdienst (Air Service)

In 1940.


Artist: unknown
Source: Monogram Close Up magazine, issue 5 "Bf.108 Taifun" (c) 1979 by Monogram Aviation Publications. ISBN: 0-914144-05-7
Messerschmitt Bf.108 Taifun - Germany (Nazi) | Bf.108B-2 | Luftdienst (Air Service) | BG+KM


According this source: Bf.108B-1. Splinter pattern camouflage of Schwarzgrun (RLM70), Dunkelgrun (RLM71) and Hellblau (RLM65). Yellow band under wingtips and fuselage (RLM27). Silver framing around cockpit. Codes BG+KM in Black on fuselage and under wings. Balkenkreuz national markings in six positions. Note: swastika across fin and rudder hinge line and triangle 'Luftdienst' logo beneath cockpit.


Artist: © Ian Holmes
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, March 2003

Messerschmitt Bf.108 Taifun - Germany (Nazi) | Bf.108B-2 | Luftdienst (Air Service) | BG+KM

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