Fw 190A-2 5425 Rc+ty,yellow 16. Crash-landed at Stavanger-sola airfield on August 13, 1943, while being flown by Unteroffizier Wolfgang Kind of 12./JG 5. Repaired, then crashed into the sea near Sotra on December 13, 1943. Pilot Feldwebel Kurt Kundrus was rescued. Salvaged from the seabed on November 1, 2006. On display at Herdla Museum, Askov Island, near Bergen.
Fw 190A-3 2219 KI+GX, Black 3. Delivered new from manufacturer Ago to 1./JG 5 in mid-1942, transferred to 14.(Jabo)/jg 5. Crashed near Kongsfjord, Norway, on October 5, 1943. Pilot Unteroffizier Hans-günther Kleemann suffered a foot injury but was able to walk back to civilisation and was returned to his unit two days later.the aircraft was rediscovered in 1984, salvaged 1986. Rebuilt at Texas Air Museum, restored in Florida. Returned to Bodo, Norway, on April 17, 2009. Now fully restored and on display. introduced with the A-8. Also fitted with simplified version of Neptun 217 radar that would have been inadequate for night fighting. Captured by the British at Leck at the end of the war. Arrived in Farnborough, UK, on June 16, 1945, and displayed in Hyde Park as part of an exhibition of enemy aircraft from September 16, 1945, on.transferred to Cape Town, South Africa, on November 6, 1946, and given to the SAAF Central Flying School at Dunnottar.then transferred to Snake Valley. On display at the South African National Museum of Military History, Saxonwald, near Johannesburg.