Air International 1982-10
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Fighter A to Z
The He 51B-2 float fighter
Pre-production examples of the He 51A.
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 V4 was representative of the A-series fighter which was to be overtaken by the radically redesigned B-series.
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.
An He 112B-0, which represented an almost total redesign of the He 112A
A general arrangement drawing of the He 112B-1.
The He 112 V4 was representative of the A-series fighter which was to be overtaken by the radically redesigned B-series.
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.