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Top Ten Fighter planes in history - Focke-Wulf Fw 190.

Top Ten Fighter planes in history - Focke-Wulf Fw

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A3 June 1944.    German fighter Focke-Wulf Fw 190A3-Lieutenant Egon Mayer of 7.JG2 while refueling at Theville. The Kiel fighter visible mark of 44-x aerial victories. The overall battle by Egon Mayer, June 13, 1940 to March 2, 1944 (date of death) had 102 aerial victories.

German fighter Focke-Wulf Fw Egon Mayer of while refueling at Theville. The Kiel fighter visible mark of aerial victories. The overall battle by Egon Mayer, June 1940 to March 1944 (date of death) had 102 aerial victories.

Focke-Wulf FW-190V18-U1 (W  Nr. 0036) 3rd Series C Prototype of Fw-190 High Altitude Fighter Powered By:

Focke-Wulf (W Nr. Series C Prototype of High Altitude Fighter Powered By:

This Fw 190A-5 of 4./JG 54 was coded "White D" - from July 1943 to February 1944, 4. Staffel operated as fighter-bombers on the Northern Sector of the Eastern Front under the command of IV./JG 54

This Fw of 54 was coded "White D" - from July 1943 to February Staffel operated as fighter-bombers on the Northern Sector of the Eastern Front under the command of IV.

This is probaly another Fw 190 required by the pilots of the 354th Fighter Group Has later war era outline cross on fuselage and VERY late war Nose band. The Fuselage MG's lookto be 13mm with the larger bulges so I'd guess it's and A-8 or A-9 or a F-8/9 with the earlier canopy. (plus given the US truck, it looks captured

This is probaly another Fw 190 required by the pilots of the 354th Fighter Group Has later war era outline cross on fuselage and VERY late war Nose band. The Fuselage MG's lookto be 13mm with the larger bulges so I'd guess it's and A-8 or A-9 or a F-8/9 with the earlier canopy. (plus given the US truck, it looks captured

Captured FW-190 in British markings being test flown. Captured German heavy fighter (Ju-88?) in background.

Focke-Wulf Fw 190 - captured and in British markings being test flown. Captured German Junkers Ju 88 too.

FW-190 D9, probably one of the best German fighters of the war, with Leutnant Kurt Tanzer, Staffelkapitän of 13./JG 51, contemplates his final flight from Parchim/Redlin to Flensburg on 2 May 1945 to await the arrival of British forces and surrender.

probably one of the best German fighters of the war, with Leutnant Kurt Tanzer, Staffelkapitän of contemplates his final flight from Parchim-Redlin to Flensburg on 2 May 1945 to await the arrival of British forces and surrender.

Service German fighter Focke-Wulf Fw.190A of the 2nd Fighter Squadron

Service German fighter Focke-Wulf of the Fighter Squadron

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