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'''Werk Nr 681237''' was a [[:Category:Focke-Wulf Fw 190|Focke-Wulf Fw 190F]]
 
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=History=
 
=History=
 
The aircraft was taken over by the USAAF 404th Fighter Group, after it had force-landed during Operation Bodenplatte, a Luftwaffe attack on Allied airfields in France and Belgium on 1 Jan 1945. Photographed at St Trond, it was then painted red, but was not flown.<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
 
The aircraft was taken over by the USAAF 404th Fighter Group, after it had force-landed during Operation Bodenplatte, a Luftwaffe attack on Allied airfields in France and Belgium on 1 Jan 1945. Photographed at St Trond, it was then painted red, but was not flown.<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
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[[Category:Focke-Wulf Fw 190]]
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Latest revision as of 16:22, 12 July 2017

History[]

The aircraft was taken over by the USAAF 404th Fighter Group, after it had force-landed during Operation Bodenplatte, a Luftwaffe attack on Allied airfields in France and Belgium on 1 Jan 1945. Photographed at St Trond, it was then painted red, but was not flown.[1]

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