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Luftwaffe Ace Walter Schuck
July 30, 1920-March 27, 2015

Above: Walter Schuck (left, Kurt Schulze and Joe Peterburs. This was when the two former enemies first met decades after Peterburs shot Schuck down, after he had just shot down his fourth B-17 in his last mission. Kurt flew as wingman with Schuck in JG-5 before Schuck went on to fly jets.


Walter Schuck was one of the Luftwaffe's best. He shot down 208 enemy aircraft, with his last 8 scored flying the Me-262 jet. He scored 4 B-17 kills in a single mission, which was his last mission in 1945. He was shot down by Joseph A. Peterburs in his P-51 Mustang. The two became best of friends. Both were great warriors.

 

Walter with Joe Peterburs, who shot his Me-262 down in 1945

 

 Walter signing his bookplates for our Me-262 Stormbird limited edition

Videos of Walter and Joe together


 
 
 
 

       

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Awards and Decorations

                                                  The Oak Leaves                                      The Pilots Badge

                   

              

The German Cross in Gold                 Iron Cross First Class

                  

                         JG-7 Emblem                                 Iron Cross 2nd Class     

 

       Knight's Cross, Oak Leaves                    Fighter Pilots Badge

 Walter's book with signed bookplates in limited supply

 

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