Sturzkampfgeschwader 77

St.G 77 (Sturzkampfgeschwader 77) Formed 1.5.39 in Breslau-Schöngarten from Stab/St.G165. A Stabs-Staffel existed 2.41 - 5.43. later on 18.10.43 became Stab/SG77 (Schlachtgeschwader 77).

Sturzkampfgeschwader 77 was formed on 1 May 1939, I. Group in Brieg, Stab and II. Group in Breslau-Schöngarten (today Copernicus Airport Wroclaw). The III. Group was formed from II. Group of Kampfgeschwader 76 on 9 July 1940.

1939-40

Stab, I and II./StG 77 first saw action in the Polish campaign attacking enemy positions at Lublinitz and Wielun on the very first day. After the campaign ended The Geschwader transferred to the Luftflotte 3 in the west for the preparation of the invasion of France. From May 1940 StG 77 were heavily involved in tactical support of the land campaign as part of VIII. Fliegerkorps. The unit was involved in the attack on Belgium and the Low Countries, commencing with a series of raids supporting the paratroop attack on the fortress at Eben Emael The unit also contributed to the Battle of Sedan, which was critical in the fall of France in 1940. Often flying 6 or 7 missions a day, StG 77 flew a series of shuttle missions bombing fortifications, lines of communication, troop concentrations and defence works, rapidly moving from one airfield to another as the Army advanced through the Netherlands and Northern Belgium. Losses were relatively light, however Kommodore Oberst Günther Schwartzkopff was killed by French AA fire on 15 May leading a bombing attack over Sedan. The latter part of May saw operations over France, with raids against Saint Quentin, Calais, and the Dunkirk perimeter. By 18 June StG 77 had supported the crossings at the rivers Marne, Seine and Loire.

Based in the Cherbourg area, StG 77 then participated in early part of the Battle of Britain, suffering high losses in machines and experienced leaders. Commencing with a raid on shipping on 9 July 1940, StG 77 lost I gruppe Gruppenkommandeur Hpt. Fr. Daligk zu Lichtenfels to Spitfires of No 609 Squadron. Hpt. Waldemar Plewig was shot down and taken prisoner on 8 August, while on 18 August 1940, 10 Stukas of I./ StG 77 were lost in an attack on Thorney Island, and a further 6 were damaged.

Soviet Operations 1941-43

After participation in the Balkans campaigns of spring 1941, StG 77 formed part of the attack against the Soviet Union in June 1941, and supported the Army Group Centre as part of II. Fliegerkorps. Relocating into the Southern Front in November 1941, StG77 then flew supporting Army Group South. In December II. Gruppe was sent for refitting to Krakow. During 1942 StG77, as part of VIII. Fliegerkorps, supported ground actions on the at the Sevastopol front and later, units took part in the Second Battle of Kharkov. By September 1942, III./StG 77 was subordinate to I./StG 1 on the northern front in support of Army Group North.

II./StG 77, under Major Kurt Huhn, was one of the main Stuka ground-attack units supporting the operations at Stalingrad. As the battle for the city intensified, so the unit moved ever closer to the city, reducing flight time and allowing more sorties every day.

II. Group was redesignated as III. Group, Schlachtgeschwader 10 on 18 October 1943, the remaining groups renamed to Schlachtgeschwader 77 the same day.

Geschwaderkommodoren:

Stab:

Formed 1 May 1939 in Breslau-Schongarten from

A Stabs-Staffel existed Feb 1941 - May 1943.

On 18 Oct 1943 became

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
1 May 1939 - 31 Aug 1939 Breslau-Schongarten   Ju 87B
31 Aug 1939 - Sep 1939 Neudorf   Ju 87B
Sep 1939 - 11 May 1940 Köln-Butzweilerhof   Ju 87B, Do 17
11 May 1940 - 16 May 1940 Aachen   Ju 87B, Do 17
16 May 1940 - Jun 1940 St. Trond & others   Ju 87B, Do 17
Jun 1940 - Jun 1940 Auxerre   Ju 87B, Do 17
Jun 1940 - Dec 1940 Brugy   Ju 87B, Do 17
Dec 1940 - Mar 1941 Toussus-le-Noble   Ju 87B, Do 17
31 Mar 1941 - 15 Apr 1941 Arad   Ju 87B, Bf 109
15 Apr 1941 - 19 Apr 1941 Bijeljina   Ju 87B, Bf 109
19 Apr 1941 - May 1941 Belgrade-Semlin   Ju 87B, Bf 109
May 1941 - Jun 1941 Argos   Ju 87B, Bf 109
Jun 1941 - Jul 1941 Woskrzenice   Ju 87B, Bf 110
Jul 1941 - Jul 1941 Jassy   Ju 87B, Bf 110
Jul 1941 - Jul 1941 Balti   Ju 87B, Bf 110
Jul 1941 - Aug 1941 Bjelaja-Zerkow   Ju 87B, Bf 110
Aug 1941 - Sep 1941 Stschastliwaja   Ju 87B, Bf 110
Sep 1941 - Dec 1941 Orel   Ju 87B, Bf 110
Dec 1941 - Apr 1942 Stalino   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
Apr 1942 - 13 May 1942 Sarabus-Süd   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
13 May 1942 - 31 May 1942 Charkow-Rogan   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
31 May 1942 - 9 Jul 1942 Sarabus   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
9 Jul 1942 - 21 Jul 1942 Kastornoje   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
21 Jul 1942 - 29 Jul 1942 Lakedemonowka   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
29 Jul 1942 - 5 Aug 1942 Rostow   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
5 Aug 1942 - Aug 1942 Bielaja-Glina   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
Aug 1942 - Aug 1942 Armawir   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
Aug 1942 - Sep 1942 Obliwskaya   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
Sep 1942 - Nov 1942 Beloretschenkaja   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
Nov 1942 - Dec 1942 Kotelnikowo   Ju 87B/R, Bf 110
Dec 1942 - 6 Jan 1943 Limowiski   Ju 87B, Bf 110
6 Jan 1943 - Jan 1943 Gigant/Ssalsk   Ju 87B, Bf 110
Jan 1943 - 25 Jan 1943 Signat   Ju 87B, Bf 110
25 Jan 1943 - 1 Feb 1943 Rostov-Nord   Ju 87B, Bf 110
1 Feb 1943 - 9 Feb 1943 Rowenki, Stalino   Ju 87B, Bf 110
9 Feb 1943 - 20 Feb 1943 Kotelnikowo   Ju 87B, Bf 110
20 Feb 1943 - Mar 1943 Dnepropetrowsk-Süd   Bf 110
Mar 1943 - Jul 1943 Charkow-Nord   Ju 87D, Ju 88A
Jul 1943 - 29 Jul 1943 Tolokonnoje   Ju 87D
29 Jul 1943 - 3 Aug 1943 Kirteimkowo-Süd   Ju 87D
3 Aug 1943 - 5 Aug 1943 Tolokonnoje   Ju 87D
5 Aug 1943 - 10 Aug 1943 Charkow-Nord   Ju 87D
10 Aug 1943 - Sep 1943 Poltawa   Ju 87D
Sep 1943 - 18 Oct 1943 Wassilkow   Ju 87D

I. Gruppe:

   

Gruppenkommandeure:

Formed 1 May 1939 in Brieg from with:

Stab I./St.G77 from Stab I./St.G165
1./St.G77 from 1./St.G165
2./St.G77 from 2./St.G165
3./St.G77 from 3./St.G165

On 18 Oct 1943 became with :

Stab I./St.G.77 became Stab I./SG77
1./St.G.77 became 1./SG77
2./St.G.77 became 2./SG77
3./St.G.77 became 3./SG77

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
1 May 1939 - 31 Aug 1939 Brieg   Ju 87B
31 Aug 1939 - 8 Sep 1939 Neudorf   Ju 87B
8 Sep 1939 - Sep 1939 Tschenstochau   Ju 87B
Sep 1939 - 11 May 1940 Köln-Butzweilerhof   Ju 87B
11 May 1940 - 16 May 1940 Aachen   Ju 87B
16 May 1940 - 19 May 1940 St. Trond   Ju 87B
19 May 1940 - 5 Jun 1940 Rocroi   Ju 87B
5 Jun 1940 - 7 Jun 1940 Crupilby   Ju 87B
7 Jun 1940 - 9 Jun 1940 Noyon   Ju 87B
9 Jun 1940 - 11 Jun 1940 Contescourt   Ju 87B
11 Jun 1940 - 14 Jun 1940 Maast   Ju 87B
14 Jun 1940 - 18 Jun 1940 Courgivause   Ju 87B
18 Jun 1940 - Jun 1940 Auxerre   Ju 87B
Jun 1940 - 31 Mar 1941 Maltot   Ju 87B
31 Mar 1941 - 15 Apr 1941 Arad   Ju 87B
15 Apr 1941 - 19 Apr 1941 Bijeljina   Ju 87B
19 Apr 1941 - May 1941 Belgrade-Semlin   Ju 87B
May 1941 - 4 Jun 1941 Gygea   Ju 87B
4 Jun 1941 - 19 Jun 1941 Sprottau   Ju 87B
19 Jun 1941 - 20 Jun 1941 Deblin   Ju 87B
20 Jun 1941 - 3 Jul 1941 Biala Podlaska   Ju 87B
3 Jul 1941 - 4 Jul 1941 Bucharest-Digera   Ju 87B
4 Jul 1941 - 6 Jul 1941 Tudora   Ju 87B
6 Jul 1941 - 17 Jul 1941 Jassy   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Jul 1941 Balti   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Aug 1941 Bjelaja-Zerkow   Ju 87B
Aug 1941 - Sep 1941 Stschastliwaja   Ju 87B
Sep 1941 - Oct 1941 Orel   Ju 87B
Oct 1941 - Nov 1941 Spat   Ju 87B/R
Nov 1941 - Mar 1942 Charkow   Ju 87B/R
Mar 1942 - Apr 1942 Boblingen   Ju 87B/R/D
Apr 1942 - 13 May 1942 Sarabus-Süd   Ju 87B/R/D
13 May 1942 - 31 May 1942 Charkow-Rogan   Ju 87B/R/D
31 May 1942 - 9 Jul 1942 Sarabus   Ju 87B/R/D
9 Jul 1942 - 21 Jul 1942 Chazepetowka   Ju 87D
21 Jul 1942 - 29 Jul 1942 Lakedemonowka   Ju 87D
29 Jul 1942 - 5 Aug 1942 Rostov   Ju 87D
5 Aug 1942 - Aug 1942 Bielaja-Glina   Ju 87D
Aug 1942 - 20 Aug 1942 Melitopol, Kerch   Ju 87D
20 Aug 1942 - 26 Aug 1942 Obliwskaya   Ju 87D
26 Aug 1942 - 8 Oct 1942 Breslau-Schongarten   Ju 87D
8 Oct 1942 - Oct 1942 Beloretschenkaja   Ju 87D
Oct 1942 - Dec 1942 Karpowka   Ju 87D
Dec 1942 - 6 Jan 1943 Limowiski   Ju 87D
6 Jan 1943 - Jan 1943 Gigant/Ssalsk   Ju 87D
Jan 1943 - 25 Jan 1943 Signat   Ju 87D
25 Jan 1943 - 1 Feb 1943 Rostov-Nord   Ju 87D
1 Feb 1943 - 9 Feb 1943 Rowenki, Stalino   Ju 87D
9 Feb 1943 - 20 Feb 1943 Kotelnikowo   Ju 87D
20 Feb 1943 - Mar 1943 Dnepropetrowsk   Ju 87D
Mar 1943 - Jul 1943 Charkow-Nord   Ju 87D
Jul 1943 - 29 Jul 1943 Tolokonnoje   Ju 87D
29 Jul 1943 - 3 Aug 1943 Kirteimkowo-Süd   Ju 87D
3 Aug 1943 - 5 Aug 1943 Tolokonnoje   Ju 87D
5 Aug 1943 - 10 Aug 1943 Charkow-Nord   Ju 87D
10 Aug 1943 - 30 Aug 1943 Poltawa   Ju 87D
30 Aug 1943 - 10 Sep 1943 Krima   Ju 87D
10 Sep 1943 - 16 Sep 1943 Poltawa   Ju 87D
16 Sep 1943 - 30 Sep 1943 Wassilkow   Ju 87D
30 Sep 1943 - 12 Oct 1943 Beresowka   Ju 87D
12 Oct 1943 - 16 Oct 1943 Wassilkow   Ju 87D
16 Oct 1943 - 18 Oct 1943 Lemberg   Ju 87D

II. Gruppe:

   

Gruppenkommandeure:

  • Hptm Graf Clemens von Schonborn-Wiesentheid, 1 May 1939 - 15 May 1940
  • Hptm Waldemar Plewig, 15 May 1940 - 8 Aug 1940
  • Maj Kurt Huhn, 1 Jul 1942 - 1 Apr 1943
  • Hptm Helmut Leicht, 1 Apr 1943 - 18 Oct 1943

Formed 1 May 1939 in Breslau-Schongarten from with:

Stab II./St.G.77 from Stab II./St.G.165
4./St.G.77 from 4./St.G.165
5./St.G.77 from 5./St.G.165
6./St.G.77 from 6./St.G.165

On 18 Oct 1943 became with :

Stab II./St.G.77 became Stab III./SG10
4./St.G.77 became 7./SG10
5./St.G.77 became 8./SG10
6./St.G.77 became 9./SG10

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
1 May 1939 - 31 Aug 1939 Breslau-Schongarten   Ju 87B
31 Aug 1939 - 8 Sep 1939 Neudorf   Ju 87B
8 Sep 1939 - Sep 1939 Tschenstochau   Ju 87B
Sep 1939 - 11 May 1940 Köln-Butzweilerhof   Ju 87B
11 May 1940 - 16 May 1940 Aachen   Ju 87B
16 May 1940 - Jun 1940 St. Trond & others   Ju 87B
Jun 1940 - Jun 1940 Auxerre   Ju 87B
Jun 1940 - Dec 1940 Brugy   Ju 87B
Dec 1940 - Mar 1941 Toussus-le-Noble   Ju 87B
31 Mar 1941 - Apr 1941 Graz-Thalerhof   Ju 87B
Apr 1941 - May 1941 Agram   Ju 87B
May 1941 - Jun 1941 Argos   Ju 87B
Jun 1941 - Jul 1941 Woskrzenice   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Jul 1941 Jassy   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Jul 1941 Balti   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Aug 1941 Bjelaja-Zerkow   Ju 87B
Aug 1941 - Sep 1941 Stschastliwaja   Ju 87B
Sep 1941 - Dec 1941 Orel   Ju 87B
Dec 1941 - Apr 1942 Stalino   Ju 87B/R
Apr 1942 - 13 May 1942 Sarabus-Süd   Ju 87B/R
13 May 1942 - 31 May 1942 Charkow-Rogan   Ju 87B/R
31 May 1942 - 9 Jul 1942 Sarabus   Ju 87B/R
9 Jul 1942 - 21 Jul 1942 Chazepetowka   Ju 87B/R
21 Jul 1942 - 29 Jul 1942 Lakedemonowka   Ju 87B/R/D
29 Jul 1942 - 5 Aug 1942 Rostow   Ju 87B/R/D
5 Aug 1942 - Aug 1942 Bielaja-Glina   Ju 87B/R/D
Aug 1942 - Aug 1942 Melitopol, Kerch   Ju 87B/R/D
Aug 1942 - Sep 1942 Obliwskaya   Ju 87B/R/D
Sep 1942 - Oct 1942 Beloretschenkaja   Ju 87D
Oct 1942 - Nov 1942 Soldatskaja   Ju 87D
Nov 1942 - Dec 1942 Kotelnikowo   Ju 87D
Dec 1942 - 6 Jan 1943 Limowiski   Ju 87D
6 Jan 1943 - Jan 1943 Gigant/Ssalsk   Ju 87D
Jan 1943 - 25 Jan 1943 Signat   Ju 87D
25 Jan 1943 - 1 Feb 1943 Rostov-Nord   Ju 87D
1 Feb 1943 - 9 Feb 1943 Rowenki, Stalino   Ju 87D
9 Feb 1943 - 20 Feb 1943 Kotelnikowo   Ju 87D
20 Feb 1943 - Mar 1943 Dnepropetrowsk-Süd   Ju 87D
Mar 1943 - Jul 1943 Charkow-Nord   Ju 87D
Jul 1943 - 29 Jul 1943 Tolokonnoje   Ju 87D
29 Jul 1943 - 3 Aug 1943 Kirteimkowo-Süd   Ju 87D
3 Aug 1943 - 5 Aug 1943 Tolokonnoje   Ju 87D
5 Aug 1943 - 10 Aug 1943 Charkow-Nord   Ju 87D
10 Aug 1943 - Sep 1943 Poltawa   Ju 87D
Sep 1943 - 18 Oct 1943 Wassilkow   Ju 87D

III. Gruppe:

  

Gruppenkommandeure:

  • Hptm Helmut Bode, 9 Jul 1940 - 25 Aug 1942
  • Hptm Georg Jakob, 26 Aug 1942 - 1 Dec 1942
  • Hptm Franz Kieslich, 1 Jan 1943 - 18 Oct 1943

Formed 9 Jul 1940 in Argentan from with:

Stab III./St.G.77 from Stab II./KG76
7./St.G.77 from 4./KG76
8./St.G.77 from 5./KG76
9./St.G.77 from 6./KG76

On 18 Oct 1943 became with :

Stab III./St.G.77 became Stab III./SG77
7./St.G.77 became 7./SG77
8./St.G.77 became 8./SG77
9./St.G.77 became 9./SG77

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Jul 1940 - Mar 1941 Argentan   Ju 87B
31 Mar 1941 - 15 Apr 1941 Arad   Ju 87B
15 Apr 1941 - 19 Apr 1941 Bijeljina   Ju 87B
19 Apr 1941 - May 1941 Belgrade-Semlin   Ju 87B
May 1941 - 4 Jun 1941 Argos   Ju 87B
Jun 1941 - Jul 1941 Woskrzenice   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Jul 1941 Jassy   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Jul 1941 Balti   Ju 87B
Jul 1941 - Aug 1941 Bjelaja-Zerkow   Ju 87B
Aug 1941 - Sep 1941 Stschastliwaja   Ju 87B
Sep 1941 - Oct 1941 Miranowka   Ju 87B
Oct 1941 - Oct 1941 Siwerskaya   Ju 87B
Oct 1941 - Dec 1941 Spat   Ju 87B
Dec 1941 - 13 May 1942 Sarabus-Süd   Ju 87B/R
13 May 1942 - 31 May 1942 Charkow-Rogan   Ju 87B/R
1 Jun 1942 - Sep 1942 Gorlowka   Ju 87B/R
Sep 1942 - Dec 1942 Witebsk   Ju 87B/R
Dec 1942 - Apr 1943 Wörzburg   Ju 87B/R/D
Apr 1943 - May 1943 Kertch   Ju 87D
May 1943 - Jul 1943 Kramatorskaja   Ju 87D
Jul 1943 - Aug 1943 Dmitrijewka   Ju 87D
10 Aug 1943 - Sep 1943 Poltawa   Ju 87D
Sep 1943 - 18 Oct 1943 Kirowograd   Ju 87D

IV. Gruppe:

  

On 18 Oct 1943 became with :

Stab IV./St.G.77 became Stab IV./SG77
10./St.G.77 became 10./SG77
11./St.G.77 became 11./SG77
12./St.G.77 became 12./SG77

Ergänzungsgruppe:

Gruppenkommandeure:

  • ?
  • Hptm Herbert Pabst, 1 Sep 1941 - 31 Jul 1942
  • ?
  • Hptm Alexander Gläser, Apr 1943 - 16 May 1943

Formed Mar 1941 in Schweinfurt as Erg.Staffel/St.G.77, from parts of

In Jan 1943 increased to Gruppe, now with:

Stab/Erg.Gruppe St.G.77
1./Erg.Gruppe St.G.77
2./Erg.Gruppe St.G.77

In May 1943 became with :

Stab/Erg.Gruppe St.G.77 became Stab IV./St.G.151
1./Erg.Gruppe St.G.77 became 7./St.G.151
2./Erg.Gruppe St.G.77 became 8./St.G.151

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Mar 1941 - 24 Jun 1942 Schweinfurt   Ju 87B/R
25 Jun 1942 - Jan 1943 Sarabus   Ju 87B/R/D
Jan 1943 - Jan 1943 Nikolayev-Ost   Ju 87B/R/D
Jan 1943 - 16 May 1943 Wertheim   Ju 87B/R/D

LS-Ausb.Abt./St.G.77:

Formed 9 Mar 1943 in Wertheim with Ju 87 and DFS230 gliders.

On 22 May 1943 became LS-Ausb.Staffel fur Stukaverbände

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Mar 1943 - May 1943 Wertheim   Ju 87, DFS230

Luftwaffe Badge

St.G. 77 'Kills'

Asisbiz database list of 1 aerial victories for SG2

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
Sunday, August 18, 1940 Brink 2.St.G. 77 Spitfire 15:20 3500m Thorney Island

Web References:

  • http://www.ww2.dk/
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luftwaffe_units_before_the_1939_invasion_of_Poland
  • http://www.feldgrau.com/luft.html
  • http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/

Book References:

  1. 'Stuka Squadron'; Peter C Smith, 1990
  • Bundesarchiv-Militïärarchiv, Freiburg.
  • Feldpostübersicht, RH 3/18 - 129. Has also been published by N. Kannapin in 3 volumes.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung, RH 2. Has also been published in Kurt Mehner's Geheime Tagesberichte der OKW, 12 vols. Exists in full, for the period 8 Jun 1940 - 31 Dec 1943, and partly for 15 Apr 1944 - 7 May 1945
  • Flugzeugunfälle und Verluste bei den fliegenden Verbanden, RL 2 III/184, 752 - 767, 1170 - 1198. The year 1944 is missing, but can be extracted from RL 2 III/852 (summarischen Verlustmeldungen).
  • Flugzeugunfälle und Verluste bei Schulen und Sonstige Verbanden, RL 2 III/769 - 784
  • Flugzeugbestand und bewegungsmeldungen, RL 2 III/874 - 882. Only covers the months Mar 1942 to Dec 1944. The rest is missing.
  • Storkemeldungen der fliegenden Verbande, RL 2 III/1732 - 1765
  • Übersicht über Soll, Istbestand, Einsatzbereitschaft, Verluste und Reserven der fliegenden Verbande, RL 2 III/700 - 734
  • Flakübersicht Nov 1943 - Dec 1944, RL 2 III/1119 - 1122
  • Kriegstagebücher
  • USAF Historical Research Agency, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
  • K1028F - Eastern front 1942, incl. KTB Fliegerführer Süd (Feb 1942 - Aug 1942), extracts from Richthofen and Fiebig's diaries, monthly strength returns for entire eastern front, 60 page summary of 1. Luftwaffen-Flotilla (Siebel ferries) operations on Ladoga Sea
  • K1028G - Eastern front 1943, mainly VIII. Fliegerkorps operations
  • K1028Y & K1028X - KTB I. Jagdkorps (Sep 1943 - May 1944) and KTB 5. Jagddivision (Jun 1944).
  • A1128 - German Order of Battle - Statistics as of Quarter Years, 1938-45 (parts of the USAF Strategic Bombing Survey)

Luftwaffe Emblem References:

  • Junkers Ju 87: From 1936 to 1945 by Herbert Leonard Paperback
  • Messerschmitt Me 110: Messerchmitt's twin-engined Bf 110, Me 210 and 410 by Dominique Breffort Perfect Paperback
  • Focke-Wulf Fw 190: From 1939 to 1945 (Planes and Pilots) by Dominique Breffort Paperback
  • Messerschmitt Me 109, Vol. 1: From 1936 to 1942 (Aircraft and Pilots) by Anis ElBied Paperback

 

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