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Dear pilots!
 
The time has come to decide what camo patterns Ju 52 gets. Last years' cooperation with players turned out to be fruitfull, so we'd like to invite you to join us in selecting those skins for new Collector planes. Your knowledge can actually help us to choose better content for the game.
 
The rules of participation:
 
How to post a suggestion:
- recall a cool-looking or a famous camo pattern
- prepare images of that camo pattern you're suggesting
- publish the image(s) showing explicitly that very skin
- add a description of the camo pattern

 

Keep in mind:
- skins that have never been seen above or near Moscow or Stalingrad during WWII are okay
- camos with emblems or pilot's kill marks are okay
- Polish, French, Italian and other national camos are okay

 

Collection of your suggestions will continue till next Monday, September 5, 2016.

 

 

You can discuss the camo patterns here Yak-1b and Ju 52 skins discussion

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Junkers-Ju-52-(4U+NH)-Operation-Merkur-C

Junkers-Ju-52-3m-4.KGrzbV9-(4V+CM)-Russi

 

Ju-52/3m g4e Stab IV/KGzbV 1, Crete, 1942

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Ju-52/3m g7e VII.Fliegerkorps, Eastern Front, 1943-44

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Edited by 6./ZG26_5tuka
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I think I'm in love with this one!

 

Junkers-Ju-52-9.ZG26-(3U+MT)-France-1940

 

A more reserved one, but still interesting. Apparently from 3./KGrzbV 10, Germany, 1940.

Junkers-Ju52.3m-3.KGrzbV10-(N3+LZ)-Germa

Edited by Cybermat47

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Ju 52 N1+EU of IV./TG 3 in Tripoli:

 

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1Z+NA of Stab IV./TG1 (ex KGzbVI), Kurland Front, winter 1944-1945:

 

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Minensuchgruppe 1
Serial: D

 

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3U+ML of  3./ZG 26

 

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Unit: 3./KGrzbV 105
Serial: G6+EZ
Pleskau-South, March 1942.

 

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Unit: KGrzbV 1
Serial: KI+AA
Double Yellow band typical for aircraft of this unit.

 

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Edited by LukeFF

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Here is one that landed on the Hartvik lake in Norway during the battle of Narvik in 1940.

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Last kill for the biplane fighter in WW2....and 1st in Slovak National Uprising of 1944
Junkers Ju.52/3m g14e (S.2+07), 102/1. futárszallitó század (transport/courier unit) MKHL (Hungarian Royal Air Force) shot down over village Radvan in Slovakia, 2.september 1944. Just few days after Slovak National Uprising broke out (29.8.1944,we have a public holiday today  :drinks: ).
Junkers was flying from Budaors airport in Budapest to Krakow. Victorious pilot was stabny rotmajster (master sergeant) Frantisek Cyprich (died in 2009) of insurgent Slovak Air Arms ''Combined squadron'' on czechoslovak Avia B-534 biplane.
 

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Photos of crashed junkers

 

 

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Local villagers coming to see the crash site

 

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Captured crew of junkers.The pilot föhadnagy György Gách was uninjured, the co-pilot föhadnagy Nándor Vermes suffered leg injury, the wireless operator Imre Maszlagi suffered shoulder injury and the flight engineer örm. László Széky was killed. Of the passengers,one Staff Officer was killed but the six others were uninjured.

 

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Frantisek Cyprich,Eastern front fighter ace with 12 confirmed kills+3 probable and 2 kills and 1 shared during uprising. Few days after junkers incident, on 6.9.1944 he shot down recce Fw-189 in cooperation with Rudolf Bozik (another ace with 9+9 vics from eastern front). They were flying Bf-109 G-6. He shot down his last aircraft 12.9.1944. It was Ju-88.

 

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Avia B-534 of insurgent Combined squadron

 

 

 

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Edited by Brano
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