Messerschmitt Bf 109Es of JG 26 in 1940: this Fighter Wing featured prominently in the Battle of Britain that summer, its 3rd Staffel (Squadron) being led by renowned ace Adolf Galland. Here they are flying the classic 'finger four' formation, subsequently adopted by all combatant airforces and still in use today.



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