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No. 100 Group RAF
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. No. 100 (Bomber Support) Group was a special duties group within RAF Bomber Command. It was formed on 11 November 1943 to consolidate the increasingly complex business of electronic warfare and countermeasures within one organisation. The group was responsible for the development, operational trial and use of electronic warfare and countermeasures equipment. It was based at RAF stations in East Anglia, chiefly Norfolk. The group was a pioneer in countering the formidable force of radar-equipped Luftwaffe night fighters, utilising a range of electronic ''homers'' fitted to de Havilland Mosquito fighters which detected the night fighter''s various radar and radio emissions and allowed the RAF fighters to home in onto the Axis aircraft and either shoot them down or at the very least disrupt their missions against the bomber streams. Other Mosquitoes would patrol around the known Luftwaffe fighter airfields ready to attack any landing night fighters they came across.

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Waldemar Wubke
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Waldemar Wubke was a Luftwaffe fighter pilot during World War II.He was one of the few Luftwaffe fighter pilots to survive combat duty over the entire course of the war. Wubke flew various types of German fighters in combat and was credited with a total of 15 victories over Allied aircraft.In 1940 as a Leutnant, Wubke flew sorties with pilots of the 9. Staffel, III./JG 54 during the Battle of Britain. His last combat flights were made in 1945 flying "platzschutz" or airfield defense missions for General Adolf Galland''s Me 262 jet squadron, JV 44.Along with a handful of experienced fighter pilots, the now Hauptmann Wubke flew the outstanding piston-engined Fw190D-9 fighter in an effort to protect the jets of JV 44 from attack by Allied fighters during take-off. Their unit was based close to the jets at Munchen-Riem, Germany.

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Waldemar Wubke
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Waldemar Wubke was a Luftwaffe fighter pilot during World War II.He was one of the few Luftwaffe fighter pilots to survive combat duty over the entire course of the war. Wubke flew various types of German fighters in combat and was credited with a total of 15 victories over Allied aircraft.In 1940 as a Leutnant, Wubke flew sorties with pilots of the 9. Staffel, III./JG 54 during the Battle of Britain. His last combat flights were made in 1945 flying "platzschutz" or airfield defense missions for General Adolf Galland''s Me 262 jet squadron, JV 44.Along with a handful of experienced fighter pilots, the now Hauptmann Wubke flew the outstanding piston-engined Fw190D-9 fighter in an effort to protect the jets of JV 44 from attack by Allied fighters during take-off. Their unit was based close to the jets at Munchen-Riem, Germany.

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Jagdgeschwader 3
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jagdgeschwader 3 (JG 3) Udet was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II. The Geschwader operated on all the German fronts in the European Theatre of World War II. It was named after Ernst Udet in 1942.Jagdschwader 3 "Udet" was formed on 1 May 1939 in Bernburg/Saale from JG 231. JG 3 was one of the Luftwaffe's fighter units that took part in the Battle of France. A particularly fruitful period over France occurred from 14 17 May 1940. Allied bombers had attempted to prevent the German armour from crossing the Meuse and sent waves of inadequately protected bombers to do the job. As a result 90 Allied bombers were shot down and the 14 May became known as the "day of the fighters" within the Luftwaffe. I./JG 3 destroyed seven fighters without loss on this day. On 15 May five were destroyed, again for no losses.

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Focke-Wulf Ta 183
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Focke-Wulf Ta 183 Huckebein (Hunchback) was a jet-powered fighter aircraft, designed during World War II as the successor to the Messerschmitt Me 262 and other day fighters in Luftwaffe service. It was developed only to the extent of wind tunnel models when the war ended, but the basic design was further developed post-war in Argentina as the FMA Pulqui II. The name Huckebein is a reference to a trouble-making comic strip raven.

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Jagdgeschwader 3
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jagdgeschwader 3 (JG 3) Udet was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II. The Geschwader operated on all the German fronts in the European Theatre of World War II. It was named after Ernst Udet in 1942.Jagdschwader 3 "Udet" was formed on 1 May 1939 in Bernburg/Saale from JG 231. JG 3 was one of the Luftwaffe's fighter units that took part in the Battle of France. A particularly fruitful period over France occurred from 14 17 May 1940. Allied bombers had attempted to prevent the German armour from crossing the Meuse and sent waves of inadequately protected bombers to do the job. As a result 90 Allied bombers were shot down and the 14 May became known as the "day of the fighters" within the Luftwaffe. I./JG 3 destroyed seven fighters without loss on this day. On 15 May five were destroyed, again for no losses.

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Jagdgeschwader 300
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jagdgeschwader 300 (JG 300) was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II. JG 300 was formed on June 26, 1943 in Deelen as Stab/Versuchskommando Herrmann, from July 18, 1943 as Stab/JG Herrmann, and then finally redesignated on August 20, 1943 to Stab/JG 300. Its first Geschwaderkommodore was Oberstleutnant Hajo Herrmann.JG 300 had its origins in April 1943, when Major "Hajo" Herrmann, a decorated bomber pilot advocated the use of single-seat day fighters in a night fighting role to combat the RAF's escalating Night Bomber Offensive. He suggested that single seat fighters could operate in the bombers' general target area using the light of target indicators, massed searchlights and the fires on the ground to spot their targets. These operations were trialed over Berlin during May and June 1943 and codenamed 'Wilde Sau'.[

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Focke-Wulf Ta 183
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Focke-Wulf Ta 183 Huckebein (Hunchback) was a jet-powered fighter aircraft, designed during World War II as the successor to the Messerschmitt Me 262 and other day fighters in Luftwaffe service. It was developed only to the extent of wind tunnel models when the war ended, but the basic design was further developed post-war in Argentina as the FMA Pulqui II. The name Huckebein is a reference to a trouble-making comic strip raven.

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Jagdgeschwader 300
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jagdgeschwader 300 (JG 300) was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II. JG 300 was formed on June 26, 1943 in Deelen as Stab/Versuchskommando Herrmann, from July 18, 1943 as Stab/JG Herrmann, and then finally redesignated on August 20, 1943 to Stab/JG 300. Its first Geschwaderkommodore was Oberstleutnant Hajo Herrmann.JG 300 had its origins in April 1943, when Major "Hajo" Herrmann, a decorated bomber pilot advocated the use of single-seat day fighters in a night fighting role to combat the RAF's escalating Night Bomber Offensive. He suggested that single seat fighters could operate in the bombers' general target area using the light of target indicators, massed searchlights and the fires on the ground to spot their targets. These operations were trialed over Berlin during May and June 1943 and codenamed 'Wilde Sau'.[

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