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  • Ernie Bond

    Junkers Ju 87 G „Kanonenvogel” tank buster 1945

  • Eduardo Renedo

    bassman5911: captured German Junkers Ju-87 Tank buster at an airfield at Pilsen Czechoslovakia April 1945  This 37 mm cannon-armed Ju 87G also known as a ‘Gustav’ was equipped to operate during night time, these aircraft were distinguished from the day-time machines by the addition of the unique flame-damper exhaust shroud. The yellow band around the machine’s cowling was a recognition marking applied to most Luftwaffe aircraft operating over Hungary at this late stage of the war. via tormentor4555

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