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5954 On display at the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry, this is one of two surviving Stukas in the world. The R-model or ‘Reichweite’ was identical to the B-2, but with additional fuel tanks for longer range. This Trop has a special dust filter for the engine for desert operations. Flown by 3./St.G 1 under the command of Fliegerführer Afrika, it has the unit's Hans Huckebein insignia on the cowling. (more of 5954)
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494083 RI+JK thought to have been built as a D-5 ground-attack variant, later changed to a G-2 with two 37mm BK 3,7/Flak 18 anti-tank cannon attachment points under the wings. Captured in Germany in May 1945, this G-2 was earmarked early on for museum display purposes. (more of 494083)
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494083 RAF Museum Hendon. My first Ju-87 - displayed at the Battle of Britain Hall.
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1301643 This rest of the aircraft was found in a sea bed of a bay near St. Tropez, where it sank after being shot down in August 1944
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...This decoy of an Stukka ex West German Air Force, crashed many years ago into the Aegean sea. Now preserved here in Dekelia!
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360043 Taken under very difficult lighting conditions. 18mm F10 8 secs 100ASA