Luftwaffenmuseum 2

Von 1945 bis 1994 diente der Flugplatz Gatow der Royal Air Force als Militärflughafen. Dann wurde er von der Bundeswehr übernommen. Die Start- und Landebahnen sind erhalten, werden aber als Ausstellungsfläche für historische Fluggeräte genutzt.

Copyright: Wolfgang peth
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Uploaded: 03/03/2012
Updated: 27/03/2012


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