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The location of this scrap pile is uncertain, but is believed to be either at Neiubiberg or Holzkirchen, Germany.

Me 262 B-1a, White "S."  Nothing further is known about this aircraft.

Probably at Bergau. Similar picture in Broken Eagles of aircraft captured by 63rd Infantry Division.


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Yellow 3 of III./KG (J) 54.  Note the unit's Totenkopf insignia.

Me 262A-2a, WNr. 111711.  (Next 6 images)  This series documents the first flight-worthy Me 262 to fall into American hands on 31 March, 1945.

This was the only flyable Me 262 to enter the US apart from the Watson's Whizzers mission under Operation LUSTY.


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German test pilot, Hans Fay, surrendered this aircraft to U.S. forces at Rein Main after taking off from Schwabisch-Hall.

These photos shows an American Air Technical Intelligence (ATI) team at work at Rein Main.

This aircraft was quickly shipped back to the United States for flight testing at Wright Field. 


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This jet crashed due to engine failure in Xenia, Ohio on 08/20/46.  The pilot, LT McAuley bailed out prior to impact.

This unpainted 262 was found at Neubiberg, Germany.  The Ju 88G-6 in the background is a ground attack equipped aircraft from V./NJG 2

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Hans Mutke's White 3 in Switzerland, shortly after its capture/detainment.  This aircraft is now in the Deutsches Museum in  Munich.

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