- Junkers Ju 88A-11, 3./LG 1, North Africa, 1942.
- Junkers Ju 88A-11, I./LG 1, North Africa, 1942.
In the beginning of 30s it was appeared in the world an idea of high-speed bomber that could outstrip contemporary fighters. One of the objectifications of this conception became the twin-engine bomber Ju 88 designed by a German Junkers Flugzeug – und Motorenwerke AG company.
Since the spring of 1941 it were produced Ju 88A-4 planes with liquid-cooled Jumo 211J engines of increased power and more powerful armament.
Ju 88A-4 became the most massive and important Luftwaffe bombers. The Ju 88A-11 aircraft, equipped with anti-dust filters and a rescue kit, were used in North Africa and the Mediterranean.