Nassi Muller Bf 109G-14AS with NJG 11?

nimbus109

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Nov 17, 2019
I am familiar with the 'red 2' 109G-6/AS and the FW 190A-6 'green 3', but is this real or somebody's fanciful thinking? I am thinking fanciful since it is the only image of a 109G-14/AS being attributed to him. Thanks.
 

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FalkeEins

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..looks like the markings are simply based on that 90s German rebuild. I./NJG 11 did fly the latest Bf 109 G-14/AS and G-10 models for Moskito-Jagd as reported by Feldwebel Walter Schermutzki so I guess the artwork is a 'best guess'. Gniffke said he flew the unit's last sortie - ie April 1945 - in Müller's K-4 which featured the usual chevrons of the Gruppenkommandeur. See my Eduard INFO feature on Müller.
 
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nimbus109

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Nov 17, 2019
..looks like the markings are simply based on that 90s German rebuild. I./NJG 11 did fly the latest Bf 109 G-14/AS and G-10 models for Moskito-Jagd as reported by Feldwebel Walter Schermutzki so I guess the artwork is a 'best guess'. Gniffke said he flew the unit's last sortie - ie April 1945 - in Müller's K-4 which featured the usual chevrons of the Gruppenkommandeur. See my Eduard INFO feature on Müller.
Thanks. How do I access your Eduard INFO feature on Muller?
 

mig2830

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Oct 15, 2018
I think you should spell the name correct. He was called "Nasen" Müller, because he had a big nose.
 

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