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'''Werk Nr 100015''' was a [[:Category:Junkers Ju 352|Junkers Ju352A-1]]
 
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|originaloperator=V./TG4<ref name="LEMB Archive">{{LEMB Archive}}</ref>
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=History=
 
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Operated as '''G6+WX''' by V./TG4,<ref name="LEMB Archive">{{LEMB Archive}}</ref> 100015 was captured at Eggebek, and designated '''Air Min 18'''.<ref name="Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors">{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref> On 27 August 1945, it was flown by Squadron Leader Ian Somerville, RCAF, from Travemunde to Farnborough,<ref>{{Canadian MiG Flights}} Page 127</ref> where it was eventually scrapped in December 1946.<ref name="LEMB Archive"/>
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On 27 August 1945, it was flown by Squadron Leader Ian Somerville, RCAF, from Travemunde to Farnborough,<ref>{{Canadian MiG Flights}} Page 127</ref> where it was eventually scrapped in December 1946.<ref name="LEMB Archive"/>
   
 
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Latest revision as of 10:14, 11 April 2016

History[]

On 27 August 1945, it was flown by Squadron Leader Ian Somerville, RCAF, from Travemunde to Farnborough,[3] where it was eventually scrapped in December 1946.[1]

Sources[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 LEMB Archive
  2. 2.0 2.1 Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors
  3. Skaarup, Harold. Canadian MiG Flights. iUniverse, 2008. ISBN 0595520715. Page 127