Don't know this variant of the Wurger, but it has to be heavy. Can you count the number of 20mm MG151's!

Don't know this variant of the Wurger, but it has to be heavy. Can you count the number of 20mm MG151's!

Oberingenieur Rudolf Blaser on the wing of a Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-2 bearing the tactical marking < + I. This aircraft, Wernummer 20206, was flown by Oberfeldwebel Walter Grünlinger, wingman of the Gruppenkommandeur Hauptmann Josef Priller. Grünlinger had apparently just returned from a combat mission when this photograph was taken, and Blaser is seen explaining some technical aspects of the aircraft. Luftwaffe Day Aces, Luftwaffe Oberfeldwebel, NS Scientists

Oberingenieur Rudolf Blaser on the wing of a Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-2 bearing the tactical marking < + I. This aircraft, Wernummer 20206, was flown by Oberfeldwebel Walter Grünlinger, wingman of the Gruppenkommandeur Hauptmann Josef Priller. Grünlinger had apparently just returned from a combat mission when this photograph was taken, and Blaser is seen explaining some technical aspects of the aircraft. Luftwaffe Day Aces, Luftwaffe Oberfeldwebel, NS Scientists

Josef "Pips" Priller and his 2 BMW powered machines.. A Focke Wulf 190.. and BMW 327/55

Josef "Pips" Priller and his 2 BMW powered machines.. A Focke Wulf 190.. and BMW 327/55

Pilot of the Luftwaffe with his Focke-Wulf Fw 190 that was damaged by anti-aircraft guns in 1944.

Pilot of the Luftwaffe with his Focke-Wulf Fw 190 that was damaged by anti-aircraft guns in 1944.

A German Focke-Wulf Fw 190 chasing a British Spitfire along the coast of England, June 1942.

A German Focke-Wulf Fw 190 chasing a British Spitfire along the coast of England, June 1942.

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