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The Messerschmitt Me262 Combat Diary (1990)

by John Foreman

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The spring sunlight glittered upon the grey waters of the North Sea far below as Major John C. Meyer, commander of the 487th Fighter Squadron of the 352nd Fighter Group, led his P-51D Mustang fighters towards their rendezvous with a formation of American heavy bombers en route for Germany.
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"It was as if the angels were pushing" - Generalleutnant Adolf Galland
"...it was a sheer pleaure to fly this machine." "Indeed, seldom have I been so enthusiastic during my first flight with a new aircraft as I have with the Me262." - Flugkapitan Fritz Wendel Messerschmitt Chief Test Pilot
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