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Junkers Ju-287

Junkers Ju-287

Junkers Ju 88

Junkers Ju 88

Junkers Ju 287. Work on the Ju 287 programme, along with all other pending German bomber projects (including Junkers' other ongoing heavy bomber design, the piston-engined Ju 488) came to a halt in July 1944, but Junkers was allowed to go forward with the flight testing regime on the V1 prototype. The wing section for the V2 had been completed by that time.

Junkers Ju 287. Work on the Ju 287 programme, along with all other pending German bomber projects (including Junkers' other ongoing heavy bomber design, the piston-engined Ju 488) came to a halt in July 1944, but Junkers was allowed to go forward with the flight testing regime on the V1 prototype. The wing section for the V2 had been completed by that time.

Junkers Ju 52 "Tante Ju" (Aunt Ju / Tia Ju)

Junkers Ju 52 "Tante Ju" (Aunt Ju / Tia Ju)

Junkers Ju 290 A-7.

Junkers Ju 290 A-7.

Junkers Ju 52

Junkers Ju 52

Junkers Ju-87 Stuka

Junkers Ju-87 Stuka

Junkers Ju 87 "Stuka"

Junkers Ju 87 "Stuka"

Prototype Do-335 Pfeil, followed by it's full production variants, then a series of improved prototypes based on existing aircraft for ease of production and inter-changeability of parts. To replace the very out-dated and aging Stuka Dive-bomber, the Luftwaffe adopts the Ju-287 Staghund. Based around a similar wing design and purpose but with a much more powerful engine and secondary water-injection booster, the Ju-287 marks a new stage in the airwar over Britain.

Prototype Do-335 Pfeil, followed by it's full production variants, then a series of improved prototypes based on existing aircraft for ease of production and inter-changeability of parts. To replace the very out-dated and aging Stuka Dive-bomber, the Luftwaffe adopts the Ju-287 Staghund. Based around a similar wing design and purpose but with a much more powerful engine and secondary water-injection booster, the Ju-287 marks a new stage in the airwar over Britain.

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