Albert Speer in front of Hitler’s personal Focke-Wulf Fw 200-C4 Condor “Immelmann III”, 1943.

Caption   Albert Speer in front of Hitler’s personal Focke-Wulf Fw 200-C4 Condor “Immelmann III”, 1943. ww2dbase
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Identification Code   Bild 146-2005-0011
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Jan 2006

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
11 Nov 2015 06:30:11 PM

REGIRUNGSSTAFFEL: GOVERNMENT SQUADRON

FW 200 Condor Werk Nr.3099 being serviced by Luftwaffe ground crew. Adolf Hitler had his own personal aircraft coded (D-2600) before that, he would travel in a Junkers Ju 52. Both FW 200 and the Ju 52 were operated to transport the Fuhrer were he needed to travel.

In 1939 the squadron's name was changed to Die Fliegerstaffel des Fuhrers, and it even had its own insignia that shown on the nose of the FW 200 in file photo, a black eagle head on a white background surrounded by a narrow red ring. Werk Nr. 3099 was destroyed at Berlin's Tempelhof airport on July 18, 1944
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
25 Jan 2016 08:29:05 PM

THE FUHRER'S SQUADRON:

Adolf Hitler as his own personal aircraft and
transport unit Fliegerstaffel des Fuhrer F.d.F. had
200 different types of aircraft that made up the Fuhrer Squadron. Besides the FW 200, the other aircraft were used for liaison, communications and bomber transports.
3. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
10 Dec 2016 03:11:11 PM

FUHRER SQUADRON:

Die Fliegerstaffel des Fuhrers FdF FW 200C-6/U2
Wr.Nr.0216 (TA+MR) in photo third from right, Albert Speer.
Aircraft was later destroyed by strafing attack on April 10, 1945

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