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Old 27th August 2020, 16:47
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Ar 234 +AH?

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Can anybody ID the Ar 234 in the background of this photo of He 280 V7?

https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7848/...ed801db5_o.jpg

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Old 27th August 2020, 17:34
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Re: Ar 234 +AH?

From the toned-down (or dirtied-up) national markings, I think it's likely to have been a 1.(F)/100 machine. On 14 March 1945 the unit's strength report included T5+AH, W.Nr. 140149. There is a question about that Werk Nummer because it was also recorded for 4U+DH of 1.(F)/123, shot down 14 February 1945.
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Re: Ar 234 +AH?

Roger,

Per Nick's comments I have the following:

Ar 234 B-2b, WNr.140???, T5+AH, 1.(F)/Aufkl.Gr. 100, R-45 near Ansbach Germany, August 1945.

Source: San Diego ASM, A.No.0100094352

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Re: Ar 234 +AH?

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Roger,

Per Nick's comments I have the following:

Ar 234 B-2b, WNr.140???, T5+AH, 1.(F)/Aufkl.Gr. 100, R-45 near Ansbach Germany, August 1945.

Source: San Diego ASM, A.No.0100094352

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Thanks David. what does “ASM” stand for? Something Museum?
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Re: Ar 234 +AH?

Thank you Nick and David,

ASM stands for Air & Space Museum. The photo source is the SDASM (San Diego Air & Space Museum).

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