... destined for bombers.
In the ultimate irony - perhaps the most famous firebrand of Hitler's Luftwaffe became the sword of the Jewish state - against Egyptian Spitfires over the contested skies of the mid-east.
Based on reference photography of an IAF 101st Bf-109G(6??) in livery for aircraft #112, Israel, 1947
Bf-109 Israeli Air Force Livery - Aircraft #112
DCS: Bf 109 K-4
Bf 109 K-4
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This is a collection of five skins representing the Second Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam (1969). The skins included represent five Troops (the cavalry name for "companies"):
Headquarters Troop (has a guidon by the pilot's door)
A Troop (Identified by the red band on the tail boom)
B Troop ...