Messerschmitt Bf109 Crash
Messerschmitt Bf109 G2 "Black 6" Crashed 12th October 1997
16 Sqn Wartime Pilots and Mark Hanna_Duxford_1996
On 19th September 1996, 16 Sqn wartime members held their first reunion at Duxford. Mark Hanna was due to fly Spitfire PL965 (operated by 16 Sqn during the second world war in 1945). Due to servicing schedules this was not possible, so Mark flew MH434. Afterwards he spoke with some of 16 Sqn's pilots and groundcrew. Three of the pilots seen, flew PL965 in 1945 and each of them was awarded the DFC and one was also awarded the CdeG. Another one of the pilots was shot down by a FW190 and the other pilot had had to bale out of his PR Spitfire due to an engine fire over the Dutch/German border!
Flying Bf 109 G-4 Red 7 / Biggin Hill / Festival of Flight 2015 / WOW!!
Flying Bf 109 G-4 Red 7 / Biggin Hill / Festival of Flight 2015 / WOW!! Also known as Me 109 G4, the Red Seven is performing a flying display at the Biggin Hill Festival of Flight in 2015. A Pilots view! Accompany the pilot in the legendary Bf 109. Full Feature at http://flugmuseum-messerschmitt.com - See you there! Die Me 109 G4 - auch „Rote Sieben“ genannt - in Biggin Hill, England. Auf dem „Festival of Flight“ in 2015. Wollen Sie eine Runde drehen? Willkommen im Cockpit der Me 109. Ein Feature mit weiteren Filmen finden Sie auf http://flugmuseum-messerschmitt.com
Messerschmitt heritage still alive and well, Me 109G-4, G-6,G-10, Me 163, Me 262 in flight
La Ferté Allais and Manching AFB & special guest Herbert Schlüter, experten and former JG7 Me 262 test pilot, autograph EADS poster on 262 wing.