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Despite being the most advanced aircraft of WWII, Adolf Hitler insisted that the Me262 be developed into a fast attack bomber, diverting valuable resources from much needed fighter production. Known as the ‘Stormbird’ the attack version included hard points for two 500kg bombs under the nose of the aircraft, with its speed making it almost invulnerable from Allied air interception.
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Although the incredible speed of the Messerschmitt Me 262 made it difficult for Allied aircraft to intercept it, the jet was not ideally suited to the role of bomber attack fighter and the accurate delivery of its two 550 lb bombs on pinpoint strategic targets at such high speeds required great skill. It did, however, point towards the future of aviation development.
Technical Specification & Detail
|Dimensions||L148 x W174|
|Number of Parts||65|
|Dimensions (mm)||L148 x W174|