Prints & Books of the 512 Tiger Squadron

Squadronprint "Max Immelmann"

The Tactical Reconnaissance Wing has a great tradition.
The successful worldwar-I flying ace Max Immelmann ("The Eagle of Lille") lent his name to this wing. In the beginning of his flying career he was an active recce-pilot and after he shot down an enemy airplane in his third flight he converted to a fighter-pilot. In the WW-I he won a lot of air combat missions by employing effective air combat strategies, but lateron he was fired on inadvertently by own atillery and died in his aircraft. Some copies of this print are still available in the squadron.

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Squadronprint"The Panther of Schleswig"

This print was drawn in the year 1998 by a commercial artist.
It depicts a recce Tornado of the 51st Reconnaissance Wing in front of the town Schleswig and in the background the jumping panther of the squadron crest. This aircraft still carries the old Navy recce-pod, which was replaced in the year 1998 by the new developed Air Force recce-pod. The print is available in different sizes and as a postcard in our squadron.

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Book "The History Of Air Base Schleswig "Land/Sea"

In this book the history of the air base Schleswig is described from beginning until publishing of this book (1999). This is a very eventful history, if you consider what happened in the world wars and during the occupation by the allied forces. Besides that in the past there was the sea-based air base Schleswig for hydroplanes. The era of naval flying and the transfer to the Air Force is described in detail. For further information we recommend the reading of this book.

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