The two Focke-Wulf drawings are from AIR 40/2005 at the National Archives in Kew - the handout report for the 1-TL-Jager meeting which took place at the end of February 1945.sienar said:Some images of the 183 and related developments I've never seen before, from here;https://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?/topic/319091-focke-wulf-ta-183-huckebein/
Not really an exclusive when all the drawings and several pages from both documents were published seven years ago by Hans-Peter Dabrowski and Peter Achs in Focke-Wulf Fw 191 Kampfflugzeug und das Bomber B-Programm. An excellent tome, btw.blackkite said:Thanks a lot. Surprising document!!
Explanation of this document says that.....
"Exclusively at DeutscheLuftwaffe.de we provide you with a long-range bomber study
The Focke Wulf aircraft construction A. G from the year 1936 ago!
This appears to have been the Fw Volksjager pitch. The existence of that design somewhere else can't be ruled out but if it does exist it's presumably only as a sketch.sgeorges4 said:any official drawing of the focke wulf volksjager?
This is 'Nachtjager mit 2 x HeS 011' from Kurzbeschreibung Nr. 27 of February 7, 1945. The Nr. 26 design of January 27, 1945, is also 'Nachtjager mit 2 x HeS 011' and has a very similar description, though the drawing (cited as 0310 251-25) is missing from my copy of that document. The main difference seems to be that the Nr. 27 (drawing 0310 251-36) is described as a 'mitteldecker' or 'mid-wing', while the Nr. 26 is described as a 'tiefdecker' or 'low-wing'.Zizi6785 said:Dan, a "never seen before" again!
P 0310-251-013? Well, 0310 251-13 is a drawing number from Kurzbeschreibung Nr. 21 Nachtjäger und Schlechtwetterzerstörer Jumo 222 E/F und 2 x BMW 003. There's no 'P' in front of it. And yes, I've got that one, and 0310 251-14 as well. I would guess that both are in Justo's new Focke-Wulf jets book.sgeorges4 said:-251-013Do you have something about the focke wulf P 0310-251-013?
That would be the Kurzbaubeschreibung Nr. 16 Hochleistungsjäger mit As 9-413. The first draft of the report, which has drawings 0310 025-1005 and 0310 025-1006 in it, is dated September 14, 1944. Then there's a second one dated October 3, 1944. It was designed to meet an RLM specification for a Hochleistungsjäger issued on July 21, 1944. The data on the artwork you posted appears to be accurate.sgeorges4 said:official drawing or text regarding the focke wulf victoria tail please?
I've found three versions in three different places but I think there are at least five versions out there. Manfred Greihl shows a drawing of it in his Focke-Wulf typenkompass that I've never seen anywhere else. Your best bet is the Musee de l'air et de l'espace.sgeorges4 said:Thank!Where do you find this report?
thanks again for this contribution. Any chance you post some scans of the content of this document?