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Junkers JU-87 Stuka / 48-032 /
1. Junkers Ju-87 R-2 T6+AP flown by Staffelkapitan of 6./St.G 2 “Immelmann”,Summer 1940. Standard splinter scheme of RLM70, 71 and RLM 65.

2.Junkers Ju-87 R-2, 6. St.G 1, 6G+KT, Mediterranean Theatre, early 1941. Apart from the unusual emblem on the nose, this aircraft featured the normal 70/71/65 scheme with a white fuselage band centred on the Balkenkreuz.

3. Junkers Ju-87 D-5,J9+AL of 2 Pulk Szturmovy, Royal Bulgarian Air Force. Anti-partisan operations, Summer 1944. RLM 70/71/65 finish.

4. Junkers Ju-87 B-1 of 6./St.G 1, France 1940.Finished in a standard 70/71/65 splinter scheme.

5. Junkers Ju-87 B-1,J9+AL of 1.(St.)/Tr.Gr.189, France, May 1940. RLM 70/71/65 finish. The type of exhaust stacks suggest that this machine is late production series.

6. Junkers Ju-87 D-3, 4./St.G 2, Stalingrad. September 1942/February 1943. Standard scheme 70/71/65.

7. Junkers Ju-87 D-5, I./Sg 2 “Immelmann”, Russian Front, Whinter 1943-1944. Standard scheme 70/71/65, covered atop with white stains.

8.  Junkers Ju-87  A-1, 29 2 of Kampfgruppe 88, legion Condor, Spain 1938

9.Junkers Ju-87 B-2/trop, III/St.G 1, North Africa, 1941. This aircraft was captured by British troops in November 1941, before the Germans had finished applying the aircraft’s individual code letters - note the incomplite “H” after cross.

10. Junkers Ju-87 B-2 of 209 Squadriglia, 96 Gruppo, Libia, September 1941. The camouflage on this machine was the standard German 70/71/65 scheme but with appropriateRegia Aeronautika national insignia and the nose and the Squadriglia number 209 in white. A white band encircled the rear fuselage band, and the nose and spinner were in yellow.