Ju88 and He111 salvaged in Norway

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Post by Xavier » 06 Sep 2004 19:56

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we have to bear in mind, the He-111 recovery is most important, since the last complete , flyable example went down in flames a couple years ago (it belonged to the harlingen.tx based confederate air force), killing all its crew.

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Post by gewehrdork » 07 Sep 2004 01:49

X ; never heard of that HE 111 and that there was such an accident.Any details or links to that tragedy ?.

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Post by Xavier » 07 Sep 2004 15:23

no pics of the crash, but here is a confirmation of the story,crashed in July, 2003, if I find a more detailed site, I will post it here

the site mentions it was originally a Spanish He-111: (lots of pics..)

http://www.pbase.com/ouroboris/he111

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Post by Xavier » 07 Sep 2004 15:59

here is the offical press release of the accident (only one pic of the plane, in flight....

http://www.commemorativeairforce.org/ne ... -0710.html

also seems the Confederate Air Force is now the Conmemorative Air Force
same initials, tought.....

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Post by stril » 07 Sep 2004 22:55

Hello
Perhaps thsoe interested follow the treads on this forum, but ill add the link anyway.
seems like they are more less done for the moment, in addition they seems to have found a Arado 196.
http://f16.parsimony.net/forum28300/messages/9251.htm
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Post by kstdk » 07 Sep 2004 23:39

Hello all

Here is the "full series" of pictures up until now:

http://home.no.net/jornaasl/jonsvatnet/

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Post by Jurrie » 08 Sep 2004 09:41

Hmz, pics of those planes look great after so many years!

Well, I have to go an look here in a lake:D

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Post by kfbr392 » 08 Feb 2005 14:30

this is soo cool! i know i will be seeing these two beauties, and if it takes 30 years!!!

check out the site from the museum in my town of berlin that be birds were said to go to

http://www.dtmb.de/Rundgang/Neubau_en/b ... ufbau.html


no word of the he 111, and the ju 88 did not get restaurated in time it seems. i will be there in may anyhow!!!

woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooha!!!!!!!!!

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Post by ChrisMAg2 » 08 Feb 2005 16:44

sturmfxr wrote:this is soo cool! i know i will be seeing these two beauties, and if it takes 30 years!!!

check out the site from the museum in my town of berlin that be birds were said to go to

http://www.dtmb.de/Rundgang/Neubau_en/b ... ufbau.html


no word of the he 111, and the ju 88 did not get restaurated in time it seems. i will be there in may anyhow!!!

woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooha!!!!!!!!!

IIRC, it was annonced by the director of the museum, that the Ju 88 and the He 111 are to be exhibited as is, means unrestored!
Anyway both a/c have been cannibalised already.

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Post by Valtoro » 08 Feb 2005 16:46

Some pictures of the Ju88's in sept. 2004 on Gardermoen,


http://www.ju88.net/u4tk-2.html


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Re: Ju88 and He111 salvaged in Norway

Post by Cantankerous » 14 Mar 2021 16:46

An image of the He 111 salvaged in Norway is available at this link:
http://axis.classicwings.com/Luftwaffe/ ... ection.jpg

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