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Operated by JG1 as '''Yellow 4'''<ref name="LEMB Archive">{{LEMB Archive}}</ref> this aircraft was among those captured at Leck. Initially designated '''Air Min 59''', it later became '''VH523'''.<ref name="Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors">{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
 
Operated by JG1 as '''Yellow 4'''<ref name="LEMB Archive">{{LEMB Archive}}</ref> this aircraft was among those captured at Leck. Initially designated '''Air Min 59''', it later became '''VH523'''.<ref name="Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors">{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
   
Following it's capture, 120076 was shipped to Canada, and placed on static display at the Canadian national Aeronautical Collection, Ottawa,<ref name="LEMB Archive"/> until it was traded to Aero Vintage in the UK for a Bristol Fighter (G-AANM, D-7889) in December 2006.<ref name="Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors"/>
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Following it's capture, 120076 was shipped to Canada, and placed on static display at the Canadian national Aeronautical Collection, Ottawa,<ref name="LEMB Archive"/> until it was traded to Aero Vintage in the UK for a Bristol Fighter (G-AANM, D-7889) in December 2006.<ref name="Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors"/> Currently Werk Nr 120076 is displayed in the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin, Germany.<ref>http://www.sdtb.de/Medieninfo-Heinkel-He-162.1921.0.html</ref>
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Revision as of 22:05, 21 September 2018

History

Operated by JG1 as Yellow 4[2] this aircraft was among those captured at Leck. Initially designated Air Min 59, it later became VH523.[3]

Following it's capture, 120076 was shipped to Canada, and placed on static display at the Canadian national Aeronautical Collection, Ottawa,[2] until it was traded to Aero Vintage in the UK for a Bristol Fighter (G-AANM, D-7889) in December 2006.[3] Currently Werk Nr 120076 is displayed in the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin, Germany.[4]


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