1st Lt. Walter Schuck was assigned to Jagdgeschwader 5 in January, 1942, and was credited with 198 air-to-air victories while flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 on the Eastern Front.
In March, 1945, he was assigned to Jagdgeschwader 7, and flew Yellow 1, a Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a. He was credited with eight more victories while flying the Me 262 A-1a over Germany, making him an ace in two different aircraft. He flew over 500 combat missions and was credited with a total of 206 air-to-air victories, making him the 12th highest ace of all time. He received the Knight’s Cross in April, 1944, for his 84th victory, and five months later, was awarded the Oak Leaves to the Knight’s Cross for his 171st victory.
This limited edition giclee print depicts two of the aircraft flown by Walter Schuck, the Bf 109G-6 White 9 and Me 262 A-1a Yellow 1.
It also depicts the fighter wing logos for JG 5 and JG 7, the Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves, and the Pilot’s Badge.
Overall size: 13" x 19"
Available in the following editions
Signed by Walter Schuck
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