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    1. Bf109g-10 JG 11 'Kanonenboot'

      Bf109g-10/U4, I./JG 11, Germany, Early 1945.
       
      By this date, JG 11 was equipped essentially with Bf109g-10 and g-14 aircraft.The yellow JG 11 Reich Defence fuselage band should not be confused with the narrower Eastern Front markings. THe yellow rudder should theoretically be accompanied by a yellow band around the nose - the final type of quick recognition markings introduced in early 1945. Needless to say, by this stage, official directives were not always scrupulously respected!
       
      Despite the fact that MG151/20 gondolas were rarely if ever fitted to g-10 type 109s, this aircraft has them fitted as standard for all air defence missions.
       
      For SF2 only.
       
      Credits:
      Visual model, flight dynamics and original skin template: Monty_CZ
      Cockpit including original paintwork: Kesselbrut
      Skin, decals, partial cockpit repaint, ini tweaks and loading screen: ndicki

      420 downloads

         (0 reviews)

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    2. Bf109g-10 JG300

      Bf109g-10/U4, 2./JG 300, Borkheide, September 1944.
       
      JG 300 was originally created in July 1943 as a Wilde Sau free-range night-fighter Geschwader, but owing to the high accident rate and the relative lack of success, was
      transferred at the very beginning of 1944 to daylight operations.
       
      For SF2 only.
       
      Credits:
      Visual model, flight dynamics and original skin template: Monty_CZ
      Cockpit including original paintwork: Kesselbrut
      Skin, decals, partial cockpit repaint, ini tweaks and loading screen: ndicki
       
      UPDATED! Now includes modified ini files for the Dev A-Team WGr.21 mortar!
      Thanks to Capun and Company!
       
      For those who downloaded the original version, the necessary inis are also available separately in the Weapons section.

      413 downloads

         (4 reviews)

      1 comment

      Updated

    3. Bf109g-10 JG 53

      Bf109g-10/U4, JG 53, Kirrlach, February 1945.
       
      By this date, JG 53 was equipped essentially with Bf109g-10 and k-4 aircraft, and had been absorbed completely into the Reich Defence organisation. The black fuselage band was attributed on 20/02/1945 in replacement of the earlier rust-red one.
       
      For SF2 only.
       
      Credits:
      Visual model, flight dynamics and original skin template: Monty_CZ
      Cockpit including original paintwork: Kesselbrut
      Skin, decals, partial cockpit repaint, ini tweaks and loading screen: ndicki

      341 downloads

         (1 review)

      0 comments

      Submitted

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