Luftwaffe Over Ohio!
By Paul F. Straney and Robert Sacchi
FE-121 is run up on the apron prior to a flying demonstration. (NASM)
Another shot of the uncompleted Ho 229 V3. Gotha took over development of this design in the last months of the war. Gotha, however, was more interested in promoting their own designs, and so work languished on this advanced flying wing design. (NASM)
FE-496 during flight tests, prior to paint removal. (NASM)
Another shot of FE-4613. The Flettner Fl-282 used a twin contra-rotating rotor design, and proved manouverable and (relatively) easy to fly. (NASM)