History[edit | edit source]

Built as a night fighter, complete with FuG 218 & FuG 350, and painted in 76/75 standard camouflage with black fuselage codes at the time of it's capture at Schleswig,[1], the aircraft had previously served with I./NJG 2 as 4R+RB. It was recorded as being at Tangmere on 16 June 1945, as Air Min 1,[2] and is believed to have been scrapped[3] after it crashed at Foulsham on 12 Sep 1945.[1]

Sources[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors
  2. LEMB Ju88G Database (www.gyges.dk/LEMBju88g6database%2020120918.xls)
  3. LEMB Archive
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