Ju 87 resting at an airfield, date unknown

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Added Date 19 Sep 2006



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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
9 Mar 2009 06:43:26 PM

The Junkers JU 87 was not only used by the Luftwaffe, but also by the Italian Regia Aeronautica, Rumanian, Hugarian, Slovak and Bulgarian Air Forces. Captured aircraft tested by the RAF, USAAF, and the USSR but failed to evaculate the aircraft. Yugoslavia captured a JU 87B-2 it was made airworthy in Feb. 1945, and used for a few months by Yugoslavian pilots.
2. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
9 Mar 2009 06:50:40 PM

Where are they now? Ju 87 B-2 is on display at the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago, Ill. USA. ju 87 D/G on display at the RAF Museum, Hendon UK.
3. Alan says:
7 Sep 2011 02:09:07 AM

These appear to be Ju-87R provided with the 300-litre drop tanks under the outer wings in place of the quartet of 50 kg bombs

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