1. #1
    Hello, here's some more 109K-4 skins. This time for JG 77:











    Red Hearts:

    1. Bf 109K-4,'Black 1' of an unknown pilot from 1./JG 77, Germany, early 1945.

    2. Bf 109K-4,'Yellow 10' flown by Lt. Heinrich Hackler, Staffelkapitän of 11./JG 77, Düsseldorf, autumn 1944.

    Hackler lost his life on 1st January 1945 during the infamous operation "Bodenplatte" while flying Bf 109K-4 'Yellow 1', W.Nr. 330 196. At the time of his death his score stood at 56 victories. He had been awarded the Knight's Cross on 19th August 1944.

    3. (A version) Bf 109K-4, W.Nr. 330 204, 'White 1' flown by Hptm. Mentzel of I/JG 77, Neuruppin, Germany, November 1944.

    This aircraft was lost during operation 'Bodenplatte'.

    4. (B version) Bf 109K-4, 'White 1' flown by Hptm. Mentzel, Staffelkapitän of 9./JG 77, Neuruppin, Germany, December 1944.

    5. Bf 109K-4, 'Red 9' of an unknown pilot from JG 77, Germany, November 1944.

    6. Bf 109K-4, 'Blue 3' flown by Ofw. Hans Rössner of 12./JG 77, Düsseldorf, Germany, November 1944.

    7. Bf 109K-4, 'White 1' of an unknown pilot from I/JG 77, Germany, Spring 1945.

    8. Bf 109K-4, 'White 3' of an unknown pilot from 9./JG 77, Germany, November 1944.

    9. Bf 109K-4, 'Yellow 13' of an unknown pilot from 9./JG 77, Neuruppin, Germany, November 1944.

    Apart from Hackler's 109K-4 'Yellow 10', which is based on "Kagero/Monographs Messerschmitt Bf 109 G/K, Vol III by Krzysztof Janowicz", all skins are based on the colour profiles provided by "Planes and pilots, Mersserschmitt Me 109 Vol II, from 1942 to 1945 by Dominique Breffort and André Jouineau, Histoire & Collections" series.

    Since most of the profiles only show the port side fuselage and no view of the wing upper surfaces, the starboard side fuselage is purely a reconstruction and the wing camos are based on known late-war diagrams.

    Mentzel's "White 1" (A version) and Rössner's "Blue 3" appear to have grey coloured elevators so I'm assuming the wings are also an RLM 75/83 (Grey/Green) combination.

    Due to technical problems experienced at M4T you now have to be a registered member to be able to download skins there. Therefore providing a link to skins at M4T no longer functions. Sorry for the inconvenience, registering will not take much time. After that visit M4T. Use the latest skins browser or the search engine to find the skins you are looking for. Happy flying.
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    Hello, here's some more 109K-4 skins. This time for JG 77:











    Red Hearts:

    1. Bf 109K-4,'Black 1' of an unknown pilot from 1./JG 77, Germany, early 1945.

    2. Bf 109K-4,'Yellow 10' flown by Lt. Heinrich Hackler, Staffelkapitän of 11./JG 77, Düsseldorf, autumn 1944.

    Hackler lost his life on 1st January 1945 during the infamous operation "Bodenplatte" while flying Bf 109K-4 'Yellow 1', W.Nr. 330 196. At the time of his death his score stood at 56 victories. He had been awarded the Knight's Cross on 19th August 1944.

    3. (A version) Bf 109K-4, W.Nr. 330 204, 'White 1' flown by Hptm. Mentzel of I/JG 77, Neuruppin, Germany, November 1944.

    This aircraft was lost during operation 'Bodenplatte'.

    4. (B version) Bf 109K-4, 'White 1' flown by Hptm. Mentzel, Staffelkapitän of 9./JG 77, Neuruppin, Germany, December 1944.

    5. Bf 109K-4, 'Red 9' of an unknown pilot from JG 77, Germany, November 1944.

    6. Bf 109K-4, 'Blue 3' flown by Ofw. Hans Rössner of 12./JG 77, Düsseldorf, Germany, November 1944.

    7. Bf 109K-4, 'White 1' of an unknown pilot from I/JG 77, Germany, Spring 1945.

    8. Bf 109K-4, 'White 3' of an unknown pilot from 9./JG 77, Germany, November 1944.

    9. Bf 109K-4, 'Yellow 13' of an unknown pilot from 9./JG 77, Neuruppin, Germany, November 1944.

    Apart from Hackler's 109K-4 'Yellow 10', which is based on "Kagero/Monographs Messerschmitt Bf 109 G/K, Vol III by Krzysztof Janowicz", all skins are based on the colour profiles provided by "Planes and pilots, Mersserschmitt Me 109 Vol II, from 1942 to 1945 by Dominique Breffort and André Jouineau, Histoire & Collections" series.

    Since most of the profiles only show the port side fuselage and no view of the wing upper surfaces, the starboard side fuselage is purely a reconstruction and the wing camos are based on known late-war diagrams.

    Mentzel's "White 1" (A version) and Rössner's "Blue 3" appear to have grey coloured elevators so I'm assuming the wings are also an RLM 75/83 (Grey/Green) combination.

    Due to technical problems experienced at M4T you now have to be a registered member to be able to download skins there. Therefore providing a link to skins at M4T no longer functions. Sorry for the inconvenience, registering will not take much time. After that visit M4T. Use the latest skins browser or the search engine to find the skins you are looking for. Happy flying.
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    Jg 77 book of erik mombeek

    A great book on JG 77 is a book of Erik Mombeek with this title .
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