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Originally operated by JG1, it was testred by the British as '''Air Min 68'''.
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This aircraft is now in Hangar 5 of The Imperial War Museum Duxford, UK,<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinkel_He_162</ref> after spending many years on static display at the Imperial War Museum, London.<ref name="LEMB"/>
   
 
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Latest revision as of 10:23, 20 September 2018

History[]

Originally operated by JG1, it was tested by the British as Air Min 68.[2]

This aircraft is now in Hangar 5 of The Imperial War Museum Duxford, UK,[3] after spending many years on static display at the Imperial War Museum, London.[2]

Notes[]

  1. Many sources list it as an A-1

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