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Staff at the Luftwaffe fighter Me-262A-1a Lieutenant Colonel Heinz Baer

Ground staff tending to a Messerschmitt 3 Group Training-combat fighter squadron of the Luftwaffe Lieutenant-Colonel Heinz Bar at Lechfeld Airbase March

Me-262

Luftwaffe Messerschmitt at a cold winter morning somewhere in Germany, February 1945

German Me 262a

Jagdverband 44 “JV was a special fighter unit of top German fighter ace pilots in the Luftwaffe during the last months of World War II. The main aircraft used by the unit was the Messerschmitt Me.

Several ME-262, found allies in the forest clearing in Horgau, not far from Augsburg, after the capitulation of Germany.

Several found allies in the forest clearing in Horgau, not far from Augsburg, after the capitulation of Germany.

A line of Messerschmitt Me 262s bagged in Lechfeld, Germany, awaits shipment to the U.S.

A line of Messerschmitt Me bagged in Lechfeld, Germany, awaits shipment to the U.

ME 262 A-1a - W.Nr.110956  Possibly flown by Heinz Bär. Captured at Lechfeld on 29th April 1945, coded "White 17" and "White S" for Schulmaschine (a trainer or schooling plane).  credit: "Me262, The Production Log" by Dan O'Connell [Classic, 2005]

ME 262 - Possibly flown by Heinz Bär. Captured at Lechfeld on April coded "White and "White S" for Schulmaschine (a trainer or schooling plane). credit: The Production Log" by Dan O'Connell [Classic,

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