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 Lieutenant) January 19, 2017

This video was filmed during the Duxford Flying Legend on 11 july 2009 at Duxford (GB). You can watch impressive scenes and shots of these beautiful planes. You is going to have reason if you say that the Buchon it was not a German fighter. Yes, it was a Spanish version of the Me 109.  

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 HQ Batallón) December 03, 2014

This is my opinion:

10. Hawker Hurricane (United Kingdom)
9. Kawasaki Ki-61 (Japan)
8. Lockheed P-38 Lightning (USA)
7. Lavochkin La-5 (Soviet Union)
6. Mitsubishi A6M Zero (Japan)
5. P-47 (USA)
4. Me-109 (Germany)
3. Spitfire (United Kingdom)
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 Lieutenant) December 02, 2014

El Focke-Wulf Fw 190, apodado Würger ('alcaudón' en alemán), fue un avión de caza alemán de la Segunda Guerra Mundial diseñado por Kurt Tank a finales de los años 1930. Este avión monoplaza propulsado por un motor radial fue el último caza de pistón alemán producido en masa en entrar en acción...read more

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 HQ Batallón) November 26, 2014

Josef "Pips" Priller was a German World War II fighter ace. He has become famous because of the publicity regarding his Focke-Wulf's Fw 190A-8's single strafing pass attack on Sword Beach on June 6, 1944 (D-Day), accompanied by his wingman Herbert Huppertz. This act was first brought to the...read more

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  1. Messerschmitt Me110G-4/R3 and Junkers Ju88G-7b.
  2. HawkerTempest MkV and De Havilland Mosquito MkVI.
  3. Hawker Thyphoon MkIB and Focke-Wulf Fw190A-8
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