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Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-8/R11, flown by Günter Migge

Luftwaffe Aviation Art - Color profiles by Simon Schatz

Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-8/R11, flown by Günter Migge

"White 9", W.Nr. 29210, flown by Oberfeldwebel Guenter Migge, 1./NJGr. 10, Werneuchen, 1944

References / profiles

Focke Wulf Fw 190-Ta 152 Entwicklung-Technik-Einsatz, Heinz J. Nowarra
Motorbuch Verlag, page 100

Fock-Wulf Fw 190/Ta 152 Jäger-Jagdbomber-Panzerjäger, Griehl/Dressel
Motorbuch Verlag, page 131

Jagdgeschwader 300- The wild huntsman, Bethke/Henning
Eigenverlag, pages 46, 47, 51

Werneuchen - Die Geschichte eines Fliegerhorstes in Brandenburg, Bukowski/Dobbermann
JOMO Medien-Service, Köln, pages 62, 67

Additional informations

The plane is painted in the colours RLM 74/75/76. The exhaust-eagle as well as the spinner are painted in RLM 22 black. The blades are RLM 70 blackgreen. The meaning of the white rectangle is still a mistery. Whether it is xxx or a improvement of the rudder bracing has not been claryfied by now, and there will never be an answer to this question without any detailshots. The Fw 190 A-8/R-11 is equipped with the radar system FuG 218. The ringantenna FuG16ZY has been removed. The flame damper of the MG 131 should be taken into consideration as well.


Does anybody own a detailshot of the rudder in order to solve the misery of the white rectangle?
What happened to Guenter Migge and his plane?
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Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-8/R11 - Details

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Simon Schatz

  1978 I was born in Vienna and I am working as technical employee in an architect's office. I am building plastic models since I am 12. It started with a F-16 Fighting Falcon in 1/32, which was followed by a few cars and trucks. A Heinkel He111 H-6 in 1/72 brood my interest for the German Luftwaffe. Since 2001 I am creating color profiles also.

Some of them have been already published in relevant magazines and books. The motto for building models and drawing profiles is the same: Learning by Doing. To practise my passion it is required to collect the necessary documentation, an expensive, but interesting hobby, especially when I can obtain rare second hand aviation antiquars.
  Simon Schatz  
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