Ideally I'd like to list each unit by aircraft type, strength, and location for every day of the Second World War, as C.G. Jefford, Ray Sturtivant, Philip Moyes, and John Rawlings have done for the British, but I don't believe that such is possible because of the extensive destruction of documents.
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PS Sturmvogel means stormbird and was the name of the ground attack version of the Me 262 jet fighter.
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