Adolf "Dolfo" Galland was a World War II German fighter pilot and commander of Germany's
fighter force from 1941 to 1945. He claimed a total of 103 victories in 705 missions.
A consistent critic of his superiors, as the war progressed,
Galland soon became distanced from the Nazi hierarchy, who no longer tolerated his outspoken views.
He increasingly found himself at odds with them over how they
ran the war as it began to turn against Germany. In January 1945, he was finally relieved of his
command and put under house arrest following the "Fighter Pilots Revolt". The 2nd render shows Hans Ohlys Me109. Ohly was stationed in France during the beginning of WW2.
Modeled, UV-mapped and rendered in MODO.