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Hi folks,

A request for good quality 3-view drawings of the Messerschmitt Me P.1101 (or Bell X-5 derivative), Junkers EF128 and other fighter proposals of this ilk.

Thank you in advance.

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Greg
 

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Junkers EF 128
 

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In my files,

there was intention to make a mixed-powered version of Junkers EF.128 (Jet + Rocket),
but no mixed-powered units were available prevented the progress in this Project by
the last months in WWII ?.
 

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official drawing regarding the nightfighters version?
 

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From "Luftwaffe Project Aircraft Nº1" by Dan Johnson and Daniele Sabatini, autoedition, 1999.
 

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official drawing regarding the nightfighters version?

Never seen anything reliable about this, it appears to be either a tall story or something Junkers merely had in mind but never actually studied. happy to be proved wrong.

There is one tiny fragment of contemporary information on it. This comes from the German Aircraft: New and Projected Types intelligence report of January 1946. The sum total of what it says is:

"Junkers EF 128 two-seat development
A variation of the EF 128 was planned as a two-seat night fighter. It was to have a lengthened fuselage."

And that's it.
 

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