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Old 04-28-2002, 07:52 PM
Richard T Eger Richard T Eger is offline
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Russell Brown
captured 109s
Mon Apr 15 12:25:14 2002
203.87.15.121

Hi Marko,

One of them was the famous 'Black 6', which was restored by Russ Snadden's dedicated team in the UK. One other likely possibility is one from JG 77. I have a photo of the cockpit area of this,(thus the identification) taken by a 3 Squadron pilot. Unfortunately it can not be identified any further - ie. no visible numbers etc. Can't help you with the third one, but 3 Squadron also had a 109F at this time, which they prepared for flight - photo from the same 3 Squadron pilot. If you'd like contact me, I'll see if I can scan some of the shots I have, and send them on.

Cheers, Russell
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