CLEARANCE: Above Top Secret
- May 26, 2006
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many thanks my dear Tuizentfloot.
Yes , Lange wrote "C IV (F 37)" and "F37 III (modified C IV)" , but the pictures of the C VII , P I , and F 37 all show a different plane with short fuselage , tall fin&rudder and no more V shaped horizontal tail surfaces .hesham said:Maybe, Typenhandbuch der deutschen Luftfahrttechnik
Now I know what the Naglo D.II looked like. Are there any photos of the D.II prototype (serial number 1165/18)?In the meantime I found this drawing of a Naglo biplane, apparently the D II biplane.
Oh... Many memories came back watching that profile... I've made a 3D model of that Naglo, some yeras ago, using the drawing that mr. Backus sent to me... here there are a pair of (really very, very, very basic) renders I did.Maybe a Naglo D.I speculative drawing.hesham said:the Naglo D.I was a single seat quadruplane fighter (1161/18),actually built.
Naglo Bootswerft Aircraft. 1,885 likes · 16 talking about this. To research and document, in the measure of possibilities and in a coordinated affort, more about this obscure airplane design.www.facebook.com
Also anther Mysteries came today,from Aerophile 1915,for Schütte-Lanz company,was there a two designs of seaplane aircraft or not ?.
Those were internal designations applied by the Halberstädter Flugzeugwerke GmbH ... versus the official Idflieg designation applied for Luftstreitkräfte use.and I know the Halberstadt A.I called E.14,A.II called F.14 and B.1 called A.15,what was this designation series ?.
Are you sure ?Krieger Types