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Unknown Focke-Wulf (Tank) bomber of 1944

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Ta Bomber
 

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Re: Unknown Focke Wulf (Tank) bomber of 1944

Looks like the Focke-Wulf (Kurt Tank) Ta.283 B)
 

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Maveric said:
Looks like the Focke-Wulf (Kurt Tank) Ta.283 B)

More like its big brother.
 

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Re: Unknown Focke Wulf (Tank) bomber of 1944

Hi everybody
Thanks ! BTW here another ?unknown? Focke Wulf Project of 1944
(fighter with movable gun turret 3x MK-103) Someone knows more about this design ?
http://www.cockpitinstrumente.de/archiv/Dokumente/ABC/m/MK%20103/MK%20103%20Maschinenkanone.htm
Many greetings
 

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Re: Unknown Focke Wulf (Tank) bomber of 1944

Mnafred Griehl states that triple mount drawing as meant to a Heinkel Long Range Bomber, included in the He 177 entry ( page 206 ) of "Deutsche Flugzeug-bewaffnung bis 1945", Motorbuch Verlag, 2008. I have no information on the other mentioned fighters, tought.
 

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I thought the Ta283 and variants were all hoaxes? Certainly the basic 283 was. A mishmash of "German" and post war French features, especially Payen-inspired shapes.
 

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