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posts - DHM | Focke Wulf FW190 A8 - Eduard

posts - DHM | Focke Wulf FW190 A8 - Eduard

FW190 F8 1/32 by: André Kliebisch From: MonsterKit #aeronave #detalhes #detail #motor #war #guerra #art #arte #miniart #airplane #aircraft #usinadoskits #udk #hobby

FW190 F8 1/32 by: André Kliebisch From: MonsterKit #aeronave #detalhes #detail #motor #war #guerra #art #arte #miniart #airplane #aircraft #usinadoskits #udk #hobby

Seat armour was not officially added until February 1940. Pilot protection consisted of two separate plates, weighting together 73 lbs. One (fixed) protected head and shoulders and another (removable) was located behind the seat. The leather headrest was mounted directly to the armoured plate at the fuselage frame no. 12. Note also the way that the Sutton harness goes through a narrow slit in the armour.

The rear protection for the pilot consisted of two separate plates, weighting together 73 lbs. One was protecting the head and shoulders and another located behind the seat.