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Welcome to '''Captured Wings'''!
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<span style="color:white">&nbsp; &nbsp;Welcome to '''Captured Wings'''!</span></h3></div>
 
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We’re a collaborative community website about aircraft that were captured in time of conflict, and subsequently used by the new owners.
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We need YOUR help expanding and adding articles to the wiki! If you wish to submit an edit, just click the edit button at the top of any page to get started!
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Fi 156 475081 at RAF Museum Cosford.jpg|Werk Nr 475081 at the RAF Museum|link=Werk Nr 475081
 
Fi 156 475081 at RAF Museum Cosford.jpg|Werk Nr 475081 at the RAF Museum|link=Werk Nr 475081
 
CapturedSwordfish P4127-4F 820sqdn-1940.jpg|Swordfish P4127 after it's capture|link=P4127
 
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B-24 41-28779 in flames.jpg|41-28779 in flames|link=41-28779
 
B-24 41-28779 in flames.jpg|41-28779 in flames|link=41-28779
 
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<span style="color:black">&nbsp; &nbsp;Featured Video</span>
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Revision as of 17:31, 17 March 2016


Welcome to Captured Wings!

We’re a collaborative community website about aircraft that were captured in time of conflict, and subsequently used by the new owners.

We need YOUR help expanding and adding articles to the wiki! If you wish to submit an edit, just click the edit button at the top of any page to get started!

To write a new Captured Wings Wiki article, enter the page title in the box below.

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Werk Nr 475081 at the RAF Museum

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Swordfish P4127 after it's capture

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73-0852 on display

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41-28779 in flames

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   Featured Video

WW2_in_Color._Captured_German_planes

WW2 in Color. Captured German planes

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