Fw 190 fighter in flight, date unknownFocke-Wulf Fw 190A-3 at rest at the RAF airfield at Pembrey, South Wales, United Kingdom after German pilot Oberleutnant Armin Faber landed there by mistake after a furious dogfight over Devon, 23 Jun 1942Chinese observers attached to Allied units posing with a captured German Fw 190 fighter, North Africa, 15 May 1943; left to right: Major Huang, General Lam (Air Force), General Hu Xianqun, Colonel Lee (military intelligence)Captured Fw190G-3 No.160057 in flight, Sep 1943. It was painted in a striking white and red color scheme.
Fw 190 fighter in flight, date unknownFocke-Wulf Fw 190A-3 at rest at the RAF airfield at Pembrey, South Wales, United Kingdom after German pilot Oberleutnant Armin Faber landed there by mistake after a furious dogfight over Devon, 23 Jun 1942Chinese observers attached to Allied units posing with a captured German Fw 190 fighter, North Africa, 15 May 1943; left to right: Major Huang, General Lam (Air Force), General Hu Xianqun, Colonel Lee (military intelligence)Captured Fw190G-3 No.160057 in flight, Sep 1943. It was painted in a striking white and red color scheme.
Fw190G-3 No.160057 was captured Gerbini Airfield Sicily in Sep 1943. It was painted in a striking white and red color scheme. Camouflage netting was to keep the Luftwaffe from destroying it.An armorer loading 13mm ammunition into the twin Rheinmetall MG131 guns in the upper fuselage of a Focke Wulf Fw-190A of Fighter Wing One (Jagdgeschwader 1), probably in France, circa 1944.Captured Focke-Wulf Fw-190 Würger being flight tested in the United States, probably out of Wright Field near Dayton, Ohio, circa Mar 1944.A B-24 Liberator bomber of the 451st Bomb Group flying from Castelluccio, Italy (Foggia complex) going down in flames after being shot down by a Fw-190 Würger fighter (right), 1944.
Fw190G-3 No.160057 was captured Gerbini Airfield Sicily in Sep 1943. It was painted in a striking white and red color scheme. Camouflage netting was to keep the Luftwaffe from destroying it.An armorer loading 13mm ammunition into the twin Rheinmetall MG131 guns in the upper fuselage of a Focke Wulf Fw-190A of Fighter Wing One (Jagdgeschwader 1), probably in France, circa 1944.Captured Focke-Wulf Fw-190 Würger being flight tested in the United States, probably out of Wright Field near Dayton, Ohio, circa Mar 1944.A B-24 Liberator bomber of the 451st Bomb Group flying from Castelluccio, Italy (Foggia complex) going down in flames after being shot down by a Fw-190 Würger fighter (right), 1944.
Fw 190 fighter in flight, date unknownP-51 Mustang fighter being serviced at an airfield near Frankfurt, Germany, Mar-Apr 1945; note the wrecked German Fw 190 D9 aircraft in foregroundFw 190 A-8 at rest at an airfield after being captured by American forces, May 1945Allies examining a captured Mistel flying bomb, a Focke-Wulf Fw-190 piggybacked onto a Junkers Ju-88 bomber. The bomber would be filled with explosives and controlled by the fighter pilot, France, 4 May 1945.
Fw 190 fighter in flight, date unknownP-51 Mustang fighter being serviced at an airfield near Frankfurt, Germany, Mar-Apr 1945; note the wrecked German Fw 190 D9 aircraft in foregroundFw 190 A-8 at rest at an airfield after being captured by American forces, May 1945Allies examining a captured Mistel flying bomb, a Focke-Wulf Fw-190 piggybacked onto a Junkers Ju-88 bomber. The bomber would be filled with explosives and controlled by the fighter pilot, France, 4 May 1945.
Fw 190 D-9 Fw 190 F fighter on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009Fw 190 F, Arado Ar 234 B, and Do 335 A Pfeil aircraft, Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009; fuselage of He 219 Uhu night fighter in back
Fw 190 D-9 'Langnasen-Dora' aircraft at rest at an airfield, captured by Americans, post-European War; note P-47 fighters in backgroundFw 190 F fighter on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009Fw 190 F, Arado Ar 234 B, and Do 335 A Pfeil aircraft, Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia, United States, 26 Apr 2009; fuselage of He 219 Uhu night fighter in back
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