Air International 1982-10
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Fighter A to Z
Pre-production examples of the He 51A.
The He 51B-2 float fighter
The general arrangement drawing depicts the definitive production He 51C intended primarily for close air support.
The He 100D-1, production of which was confined to a dozen aircraft, three of which were supplied to the Soviet Union.
The He 100D-1, production of which was confined to a dozen aircraft, three of which were supplied to the Soviet Union.
The He 112 V1 flown in June 1935 which was to find itself in competition with the Messerschmitt Bf 109 V1 flown late the previous month.
The He 112 V4 was representative of the A-series fighter which was to be overtaken by the radically redesigned B-series.
An He 112B-0, which represented an almost total redesign of the He 112A
The He 112 V4 was representative of the A-series fighter which was to be overtaken by the radically redesigned B-series.
A general arrangement drawing of the He 112B-1.
The He 280 V1 with HeS 8A engines
A general arrangement drawing of the He 280 V2 after re-engining with Jumo 004s.
The He 49a, the first of the fighters for which the Gunter brothers were primarily responsible
The second prototype in twin-float He 49bW form.