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JUNKERS Ju-52/3m — - Hello, br /Junkers JU52, the Spanish Parachute Brigade (BRIPAC) in 1973. I am the parachutist :-) br /Regards
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JUNKERS Ju-52/3m —

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Hello,
Junkers JU52, the Spanish Parachute Brigade (BRIPAC) in 1973. I am the parachutist :-)
Regards

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walter martin
Thank you for sharing such a fine photo .
... Bet "Auntie Ju" is still flying somewhere .
And I'm not "funny" , but that's a good looking fellow toting that almost T-10 !
walter martin
Again , such a fine photo ! Of my first jump all I remember is the ride up in a mid-50s Skyhawk (I remember all the other jumps - with a little help from the log book.) I've an odd sort of fondness for the Junkers 52 (militarily related) and the still flying Cessna 172 as well .
James Wisely
Would really love to jump a Ju-52 ! So much history, all be it mostly WW2 German.
James Wisely
Great opening scene (and music) at very beginning of the movie 'Where Eagles Dare', with a Ju-52 in the Alps.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XKGhG0W0LQ&list=PLYNaLwRcvcI8IxHjkhLQqPiRk9Vw4LyqK
( not a good/clear copy )
Chris Croft
On the 47th anniversary of D-Day 6 June 1944 I was kind of hoping for some mention and/or photos of allied aircraft to commemorate this day. 2 days later we get a Luftwaffe- Franco fascist Junkers-52. No offense Juanjo, your days as a "paracas" are to be admired

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