A captured Bachem Ba 349 Natter at Freeman Field in the USA. This semi-expendable rocket-propelled single-seat interceptor fighter was fitted with an ejection seat and had an initial climb rate of around 35,000ft / min. Armed with either 24 or 33 rocket projectiles, the Ba 349 was a desperate late-war attempt to combat USAAF intruders.
More than 1,500 Gotha Go 242 transport gliders were produced. The 80ft 4in-span craft normally carried two pilots and 21 fully-equipped troops. It entered service in 1942. A powered variant, the Go 244, was used in small numbers in the Western Desert and the Middle East.