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They were 37MM cannon with Wolfram core anti-tank shells. This one has exhaust covers for night flying. Germany's most decorated serviceman, Heinz Ulrich Rudel flew the standard Ju87B/Ds and these Ju87Gs to glory over Russia, and he lost a leg doing it. He continued to fly after his leg was amputated. He died within the last 10 - 15 years or so.

They were 37MM cannon with Wolfram core anti-tank shells. This one has exhaust covers for night flying. Germany's most decorated serviceman, Heinz Ulrich Rudel flew the standard Ju87B/Ds and these Ju87Gs to glory over Russia, and he lost a leg doing it. He continued to fly after his leg was amputated. He died within the last 10 - 15 years or so.

A crew member of the German dive bomber Ju-87 washes personal belongings

A crew member of the German dive bomber Ju-87 washes personal belongings

Junkers Ju-87G-2 Stuka retrofitted with two gun pods with 37mm anti-tank guns "Gustav the tank killer"

Junkers Ju-87G-2 Stuka retrofitted with two gun pods with 37mm anti-tank guns "Gustav the tank killer"

A Junkers Ju-87 Stuka that crashed and then flipped itself into an upright, nose-down position, with the surviving pilot posing in front of it.

A Junkers Ju-87 Stuka that crashed and then flipped itself into an upright, nose-down position, with the surviving pilot posing in front of it.

German mechanics working on the engine of a Ju 87 Stuka dive bomber, 1944 Source	   	German Federal Archive

[Photo] German mechanics working on the engine of a Ju 87 Stuka dive bomber, 1944

German mechanics working on the engine of a Ju 87 Stuka dive bomber, 1944 Source German Federal Archive

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