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Old 02-12-2002, 11:10 AM
Richard T Eger Richard T Eger is offline
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The site noted by Miska above is MAKETORAMA - Serbian & Yugoslav Air Force Markings. The site address is:

http://www.maketorama.co.yu/markings/13.htm

Here there are links not only to the page on the Fw 190F8, but also pages on Me-109G, 1. deo and Me-109G, 2. deo.


Fw 190F-8 - Fortunately, Misko has provided much of the translation for the text on this page. In addition to the text, this page shows the following illustrations:

1) An actual photo of the aircraft in the basement of the museum.

2) A color photo of the NASM Fw 190.

3) A color profile drawing of Fw 190F-8 in original markings, Luftwaffe SG-2, late 1944, Kovin Airport.

4) A 3-view color drawing of Fw 190F-8 in markings of Y.A.F. Liason Squadron, 1945, Zemun Airport.

5) A downloadable plan of all of the above views plus an extra side view.


Me 109G, 1. deo

<U>Me 109G-10 (2105)</U> - Illustrations in this article are:

1) 2-view color drawing of Me 109G-10 in Y.A.F. markings, black 3.

2) 2-view color drawing of Me 109G-10 in Y.A.F. markings, white 44.

3) A downloadable plan of all of the above views.


Bf 109G, 2. deo

<U>Bf 109G-10, br. 9645, 83.LAP</U> - Illustrations in this article are:

1) A 2-view color drawing of Bf 109G-10, no. 9645, Pula Airbase, October 1950.

<U>Bf-109G-2, br. 9663, zbirka MJV</U> - Illustrations in this article are:

1) A 2-view color drawing of Bf 109G-2, no. 9663, from Yugoslav Aviation Museum.

Both aircraft are color drawings are shown in a downloadable plan.


Regards,
Richard

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