History[edit | edit source]

Captured by the Allies at the Gilze-Rijen airfield in Holland,[3] this aircraft was among those displayed at Farnborough in 1946 as VD358[4]

At some point after it's capture, the aircraft was adorned with Black and White stripes under the inner wings, and fuselage code EA 2 in Yellow.[5]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. Other sources list the Werk Nr for this aircraft as 413598[1] and 415601[2]
  2. Signifies basic G-14 fitted with a 30 mm (1.18 in) MK 108 Motorkanone engine-mounted cannon

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