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Me 210A fighter at rest, date unknown

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Added Date 3 Jan 2011

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
3 Nov 2013 12:16:57 PM


Messerschmitt Me410A-3 was captured by US Forces and evaluated at wars end. Code F9+WK assigned to
2./(F)122 Fernaufklarungsgruppe 2.(Reconnaissance Group) don't you just love those German compound words!
Cameras were located under the forward fuselage two Rb20/30, 50/30 or 75/30 cameras, this unit operated from Sardinia, Italy.

Auf Wiedersehen!


The Me410 had revised outer wings, longer and deeper fuselage, slatted outer wings, other various improvements and more powerful DB 603 engines.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
3 Nov 2013 12:38:25 PM



Messerschmitt Me410 was later shipped to the U.S. in 1944 and marked FE-499 (Foreign Equipment) sent
Park Ridge in 1946 and later to Silver Hill a/c
is in storage at the Paul E. Garber Facility

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