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He 162 ejector seat95 views
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He 162 Prototype94 views
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He 162 Prototype108 views
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He 162 top view103 views
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He 177 A-3/R1 Greif of KG 40 113 viewsparticipated in the first operational sorties flown by the unit from Chateaudun. Farnorough received He 177 A-5/R6 WNr.412951 (F8+AP) on 10 Sept 1944 flown from Blagnac by Wg Cdr Roland 'Roly' Falk (RAF serial no. TS439) and subsequently evaluated by Capt Eric Brown as described in 'Wings of the Luftwaffe'.
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He 177 A-5 WNr 550 060?95 viewsnose code 0 60. Possibly an A-7 variant (the USAF took over A-7 with nose code 2 56 = WNr. 550256 and reputedly buried under Chicago O'Hare Intl Airport!)
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I-153 captured Russian biplane100 views
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Junkers Ju 287 V 1 RS+RA84 views
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Junkers JU 287 V1 RS+RA83 viewsPowered by 4 Jumo 004, forward-swept wings, built from a He 177, Ju 288 and wheels from a B-24 Liberator but with double nosewheel. Captured by the Russians together with V 2, which eventually flew in Ramenskoye.
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Junkers Ju 287 V 1 RS+RA86 viewswith wheel pants.
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Ju-38882 views
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Ju 52 87 viewsNr. 6583? TZ DH? (1Z DH?)
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