Heinkel He 162 A-2, W.Nr. 120074, Yellow 11 with small White 20, Leck, May 1945
References / profiles:
Heinkel He 162 - From Drawing Board to Destruction
This machine was the personal aircraft of Oblt. Karl-Emil Demuth. The camouflage is typical for the Heinkel Rostock production line. The nose was painted in red-white-black with the arrow painted in red on both sides of the nose. The aircraft also carried the "Devil in the Clouds" emblem of I./JG painted below the cockpit. According the newest references the base colour of the emblem was yellow. The number "11" was painted in yellow, immediately followed by a small "20" in white. On the fin were painted 16 white vitory bars representing vitories Demuth had achieved before flying the He162, as well as the aircraft's Werknummer in white.
Heinkel He 162
My special thanks go to Miroslav Bily and Michal Bradac for the kind permission to use their drawings as base for my work. They were taken from Miroslav Balous and Miroslav Bily's publication: