Messerschmitt


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Messerschmitt

Willy . 1898--1978, German aeronautical engineer. His military planes figured prominently in World War II, including the Me-262, the first jet fighter
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VSPITFIRE MESSERSCHMITT BF 109 Spitfire In 1938 Introduced: 1938 Total built: 20,351 Wingspan: 37ft 10in Engine: Rolls-Royce Merlin V12 1,470hp at 9,250ft Max Speed: 369mph Armament: 8 x 7.
A forced landing in a Messerschmitt was a more survivable affair because if it ruptured its tanks any fuel would be left behind along the ground, more or less eliminating the risk of incinerating the pilot.
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In 1944, the hard-pressed Germans brought into service two types seemingly far in advance of anything then available to the Allies, the Messerschmitt Me 163 rocket fighter and the Messerschmitt Me 262 jet.
The official German line that he had become delusional and commandeered the Messerschmitt aircraft to escape.
We went over a hillock and there in front of us was a German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter - big black crosses on the wings and fuselage, the lot.
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Employed between 1942 and 1944, the plane known as Messerschmitt 323 "Giant," was the largest land-based transport aircraft used in World War II.
The legendary tic-tac Micky Okey had many opinions (including how to shoot down a Messerschmitt ME109 with a rifle), but I always remember him saying: "It's not how much you win, it's how much you don't lose between winners that counts.
I WISH to question the claim that a Messerschmitt crashed in Saltney (Daily Post, September 27).