Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-1 2./JG 27 (B5+) Uffz. Andreas Walburger WNr 6147 crash-landed Uckfield
Photo 01: Uffz. Andreas Walburger of 2./JG27 escorted Do17s to London on 15 September and was on the return journey when he was attacked by Spitfires, believed to have been from 19Sqn. As a result of radiator and engine damage, Uffz. Walburger made a forced landing near Uckfield where he was captured unhurt. The nose of this aircraft was yellow with a red and white spinner, and the number '5' on the fuselage was black, edged with red. This photograph shows the remains of Walburger's 'Black 5' in Trafalgar Square, London.
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Awards: Fighter Operational Clasp
Known Aircraft: Bf 109E-1 WNr 6147 'Black 5' (lost )
Remarks: POW after suffering radiator damage and fire during combat with Spitfires while on an escort mission to London. He force landed at Homestead, Ifield near Lewes, Sussex, where he was captured, uninjured.
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