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Ju 52/3m g3e

Ju 52

Ju 86 in flight.

For a long time the diesel engine Jumo 205 is a trademark of Ju-86.

Junkers Ju 86 E of FFS C 6 in summer 1940.

Ju-86P-1 of 4./Aufki.Ob.dL, raided Britain.

Numerous defects tall engines on early prototypes Ju-86P become evident in the testing stage propulsion.

Bomber Ju 88A-5 (aircraft 4D + CP) from the 6./KG 30 "Adler". Aircraft of this squadron were active in the Murmansk and Kandalaksha directions.

Ju-88C-6 of 4./KG-76 in winter camouflage coloring. In the forward fuselage painted false glazing in order to mislead the Soviet fighter pilots.

Ju-88C fighters from V./KG-40 often flew over the Bay of Biscay, where the hunt for the British naval aircraft, which, in turn, were not allowed to swim safely U-bots. Later VJKG-40 was renamed the 1st group Zerstorergeschwader-1, but the task group did not change.

On a small blister on the bottom of the fuselage this Ju-88D-0 is identified as a photo reconnaissance, equipped with three aerial cameras. On the modification of D-0 engines remained JUM0-211B-1. Ju-88D-0 is not very different from the Ju-88A-1 - aerial cameras installed in the bomb bay and an additional fuel tank. Planes Ju-88D-0 entered service l. (Fern.) / Aufklarungsgruppe-122 in the summer of 1940, Staffell then based at the airport in Norway Stavanger.

Ground specialists clean Ju-88D from the snow. On the bottom of the fuselage shows three circular porthole lens aerial cameras. Suspended under the wing of additional fuel tanks.

Ju-88D from 2./Aufklarungsgruppe-122, Russia.

This Ju-88G-1 mistakenly landed in Woodbridge, the plane passed evaluation tests in the British RAF and received a registration code "TR190".

Testing the first prototype bomber Ju 287, 1944.

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