The Jagdgeschwader 1 “Oesau” (JG 1) was a German Luftwaffe fighter-wing in the Second World War, named after its sixth commodore, Walter Oesau a well-known German fighter Pilot.
The flying wings flown by this units were the Focke Wulf 190, Heinkel He 162 as well as the Messerschmitt Bf 109.
Jg 1 was formed on May 1939 On January 1 1945 three Groups oft he Units took part on the operation „Bodenplatte“ an attack of german fighter units on allied airfields.
The unique piece is made in Germany in elaborate and loving handwork in the so-called “vintage look“, and simulated by the curvature according to the original aircraft part. The sheet is made of aircraft aluminum.The squadron badge correspond to the original badges used at that time in colors, shape and size.These badge is not a mass-produced, but is also applied by hand, as was the case back then in the frontline airfields. There is also a pre-installed bracket for quick and easy wall mounting. Bring one of the most famous squadron badges home as a great decoration!
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