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[[File:Captured_Ju_88A-5_on_the_ground.jpg|thumb|350px|Captured Junkers Ju 88 A-5, RAF serial HM509, of No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight<ref name="Wikimedia HM509 A">[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Captured_Ju_88A-5_on_the_ground.jpg Wikimedia]</ref>]]
 
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|caption=Captured Junkers Ju 88 A-5, RAF serial HM509, of No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight<ref name="Wikimedia HM509 A">[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Captured_Ju_88A-5_on_the_ground.jpg Wikimedia]</ref>
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|designation=Junkers Ju 88
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|version=Ju 88A-5
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|originaloperator=KuFlGr.106
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|originalid=M2+MK
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|capturedate=26 November 1941
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|captureplace=RAF Chivenor
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|newoperator(s)=[[No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight]]
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|newid(s)=HM509
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|fate=Cannibalised for spares
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=History=
'''Werk Nr 6073''' was a Junkers Ju 88A-5.
 
 
The aircraft landed in the UK, following an anti shipping patrol over the Irish Sea,<ref name="WAIF F162 S05">{{WAIF}} File 162 Sheet 5 (Junkers Ju 88: Briefing)</ref> during which the crew became disorientated. Subsequently flown to Duxford on 11 December 1941,<ref name="Wikimedia HM509 A"/> escorted by a Lockheed Hudson, 6073 became part of No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight, where it received RAF insignia and serial.{{#tag:ref|During it's RAF service, HM509 was repainted in Luftwaffe markings for it's appearance in the motion picture [http://wings-on-film.wikia.com/wiki/In_Which_We_Serve In Which We Serve]<ref name="WAIF F162 S05"/>|group="N"}}
 
==History==
 
Assigned to KuFlGr.106, 6073 was coded M2+MK. On 26 November 1941, the aircraft landed at RAF Chivenor, following an anti shipping patrol over the Irish Sea,<ref name="WAIF F162 S05">{{WAIF}} File 162 Sheet 5 (Junkers Ju 88: Briefing)</ref> during which the crew became disorientated. 6073 was flown to Duxford on 11 December 1941,<ref name="Wikimedia HM509 A"/> escorted by a Lockheed Hudson, to become part of [[No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight]], where it received RAF insignia and the serial HM509.{{#tag:ref|During it's RAF service, HM509 was repainted in Luftwaffe markings for it's appearance in the motion picture [http://wings-on-film.wikia.com/wiki/In_Which_We_Serve In Which We Serve]<ref name="WAIF F162 S05"/>|group="N"}}
 
   
 
HM509 was damaged by a ground loop on landing on 19 May 1944 and, despite the damage being repairable, the aircraft was cannibalised for spare parts,<ref name="Wikipedia 1426 Flt">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No._1426_Flight_RAF Wikipedia]</ref> before being struck off charge on 26 July 1944.<ref name="Wikimedia HM509 A"/>.
 
HM509 was damaged by a ground loop on landing on 19 May 1944 and, despite the damage being repairable, the aircraft was cannibalised for spare parts,<ref name="Wikipedia 1426 Flt">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No._1426_Flight_RAF Wikipedia]</ref> before being struck off charge on 26 July 1944.<ref name="Wikimedia HM509 A"/>.
   
 
=Notes=
==References==
 
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[[Category:German Aircraft]]
 
 
[[Category:World War 2]]
 
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[[Category:1426 Flight]]
 
[[Category:Junkers Ju 88]]
 
[[Category:Junkers Ju 88]]

Latest revision as of 11:54, 2 April 2016


History[]

The aircraft landed in the UK, following an anti shipping patrol over the Irish Sea,[2] during which the crew became disorientated. Subsequently flown to Duxford on 11 December 1941,[1] escorted by a Lockheed Hudson, 6073 became part of No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight, where it received RAF insignia and serial.[N 1]

HM509 was damaged by a ground loop on landing on 19 May 1944 and, despite the damage being repairable, the aircraft was cannibalised for spare parts,[3] before being struck off charge on 26 July 1944.[1].

Notes[]

  1. During it's RAF service, HM509 was repainted in Luftwaffe markings for it's appearance in the motion picture In Which We Serve[2]

Sources[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Wikimedia
  2. 2.0 2.1 World Aircraft Information Files Aviation Partwork. Midsummer Books Ltd. File 162 Sheet 5 (Junkers Ju 88: Briefing)
  3. Wikipedia