http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g64/PoorOldSpike/Photos%20Two/frankftmay45.jpg American(?) officers inspect a partially dismantled Messerschmitt Me262, the world's first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft. Frankfurt, May 1945
Hubschrauber der Luftwaffe R01755 in Sammeln & Seltenes, Militaria, 1918-1945 | eBay
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1941 Bf-109 F of JG27 vs a Hurricane
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Messerschmitt Me 262
Prototype Do-335 Pfeil, followed by it's full production variants, then a series of improved prototypes based on existing aircraft for ease of production and inter-changeability of parts. To replace the very out-dated and aging Stuka Dive-bomber, the Luftwaffe adopts the Ju-287 Staghund. Based around a similar wing design and purpose but with a much more powerful engine and secondary water-injection booster, the Ju-287 marks a new stage in the airwar over Britain.
Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a - EJG 2 flown by Luftwaffe ace Major Heinz Bär. During the remainder of World War II, Bär was credited with 130 other aerial victories, including 16 while flying one of the first jet fighters, the Me 262, an achievement which would normally have earned him the coveted Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds.