todays bf109s, me262, and fw 190

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  1. bobbysocks

    bobbysocks Well-Known Member

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    Interesting. Couldn't make out what the guys were yelling in the background but sounds like a bit of comic relief.

    I think both those 109s have since been bashed up in ground accidents IIRC.
     
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    The sound track is from the first scene in the film The Battle of Britain and the voices are the actors.
     
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    The footage of the 109's and the Spitfire was taken from the DVD.. Me 109_One Summer - Two Messerschmitts.
    Some fantastic footage on that to be seen.
     

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    Good video, thanks for sharing.
     
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    here isa new one if don't mind the post here
     

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    I was lucky to be at Duxford when the two 109's flew and it was luck as it wasn't a normal flying display I just went mid week to have a look around. The year was 1996. A rather poor photo is attached.
     

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    Nice one PB. :thumbleft:


    Wheels
     
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    i dont mind PB the more the merrier. that is some awesome close up flight video...
     
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    That must have been incredible to see them both fly.
     
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    It was but what intrested me was that they were supposed to be the same version yet there were some obvious differences.
     
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    These two aircraft are of same version, namely Bf 109G or "Gustav" as this version was nicknamed, but they are of different sub-variants. The one in desert camouflage is G-2 model (entered service in 1942) and the other one is G-10 model (entered service in 1944). There are other differences between this two sub-variants other then their appearance - like engines, armament, etc.
     
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    Here is a small 55 sec clip I took of a Bf 109G that I saw at an Airshow near Stuttgart last September.
     

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    Thanks. 8)



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