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Does he do 217 or 111?

Does he do 217 or 111?

The Dornier Do 217 had a much larger bomb load capacity and had much greater range than the Do 17. Early Do 217 variants were more powerful than the contemporary Heinkel He 111 and Junkers Ju 88, having a greater speed, range and bomb load. Owing to this it was called a heavy bomber rather than a medium bomber.

Do 215 b4 do?

The Dornier Do 215 was a light bomber, aerial reconnaissance aircraft and later a night fighter, produced by Dornier originally for export, but in the event most served in the Luftwaffe. Like its predecessor, the Dornier Do 17, it inherited the title “The Flying Pencil” because of its slim fuselage.

Do 217 n1 radar?

The Do 217 N-1 is equipped with a FuG 202 search radar, located in the nose of the aircraft; a control box which is part of the radar damage model is located behind the pilot.

Do 217n2?

The Do 217 N-2 is a rank II German twin-engine fighter with a battle rating of 3.7 (AB) and 3.3 (RB/SB). It was introduced in Update 1.39.

When did the do 217 N-1 come out?

The N-1 was essentially an alternative production of the J-1 version. Powered by a DB 603 it had similar armament to Do 217 J-2, retaining defensive armament. The Do 217 N-1 entered service in April 1943.

How many parts are in Dornier do 217 N-1?

ICM has filled this gap in the market with their new 1/48 scale Dornier Do 217 N-1. ICM’s 1/48 scale Dornier Do 217 N-1 comprises 230 parts in grey plastic, seven parts in clear and a decal sheet with four marking options. Quality of moulding is excellent. I could not find any imperfections on my sample.

When did the Dornier do 217 J first fly?

The BMW 801 that powered the Do 217 J proved underpowered, so a night-fighter using the more powerful DB 603A-1 engine was designed. The first prototype flew on 31 July 1942.

How big was the Dornier do 217 Sea Stuka?

Unlike the Sea Stuka, a floatplane, the G was to carry an MG 151 mounted in the nose and three MG 15s fitted for defence. The G was expected to reach 14,900 kilograms (32,800 lb). It was still designed for a crew of four and equipped with sprung floats which would allow the aircraft to land in rough open seas.