Messerschmitt Me 262 – Cockpit

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1944 Messerschmitt Me 262 - Tap the link to see the newly released survival collections for tough survivors out there! :D

1944 Messerschmitt Me 262 - Tap the link to see the newly released survival collections for tough survivors out there! :D

Hunting Swallows As the Allied armies advanced deeper into Germany the soon-to-be winners started worrying more and more about the post-war and who would rule next. To assure supremacy a tech race took place with special teams on all sides trying to be the first, and if possible the only ones, to get their hands on Germany’s advanced weaponry and top scientific personnel and research.

Hunting Swallows As the Allied armies advanced deeper into Germany the soon-to-be winners started worrying more and more about the post-war and who would rule next. To assure supremacy a tech race took place with special teams on all sides trying to be the first, and if possible the only ones, to get their hands on Germany’s advanced weaponry and top scientific personnel and research.

Guardian of the Sky

Guardian of the Sky

Messerschmitt Me 262 ,first jet fighter built by Germany in ww2. Im  flying first class.

Messerschmitt Me 262 ,first jet fighter built by Germany in Im flying first class.

An unpainted Messerschmitt 262 (Wk.Nr 111711) 'surrendered' by Luftwaffe test pilot and flight instructor Hans Fay on the 30 March 1945 (pic taken later April 2, 1945)

An unpainted Messerschmitt 262 (Wk.Nr 111711) 'surrendered' by Luftwaffe test pilot and flight instructor Hans Fay on the 30 March 1945 (pic taken later April 2, 1945)

A restored Messerschmit Me-262, by Classic Aircraft Photography

A restored Messerschmit Me-262, by Classic Aircraft Photography

Me-262 "Mistel" (Mistletoe), a flying-bomb version of the Me-262 with no…

Me-262 "Mistel" (Mistletoe), a flying-bomb version of the Me-262 with no…

Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a - EJG 2 flown by Luftwaffe ace Major Heinz Bär. During the remainder of World War II, Bär was credited with 130 other aerial victories, including 16 while flying one of the first jet fighters, the Me 262, an achievement which would normally have earned him the coveted Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds.

Me 262 Stab/III./EJG geflogen von Kommandeur Oberstleutnant Heinz Bär, Lechfeld, März 1945

German World War 2 Colour Messerschmidt Me 262 With Camouflage On Airfield

German World War 2 Colour Messerschmidt Me 262 With Camouflage On Airfield

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