Heinkel He 115 the project had the Friday 16. February visit by a multinational film crew (Brave Planet Films is an american production ). The gang that came to Sola was composed of personnel from Germany, England and America. They work with a documentation project for Amerca Public Television regarding the German soldiers' use of stimulants ( amphetamine ) under W.W.2. The reason why they wanted to film He 115 is that we in the aircraft life raft inflatable boat, among others. found a Pervitin capsule. Unfortunately the pack in such poor condition that it was lost in the attempt to preserve this. The Allies had used a similar substance; Benzidrine . The project will be completed by 15. June d.å. and is intended for American television viewers.
The entire film session at the museum was a great day together with interesting and very nice people.
Armed Forces Museum is currently in a process where they will consider future ownership of equipment that is lent on landfill agreements. We have therefore temporarily no restrictions on the work of Heinkel 115 project. We have therefore chosen to spend time working with the exhibit. In this work there is to create a dedicated exhibition for Heinkel 115 parts.
The film team working out in the hangar
Pervitin capsule as it looked when we found it in June 2012
Filming in the workshop. James Holland, with his back to, here in the process of interviewing Rasmus Svihus.