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Flying Heritage Collection - Fieseler Fi 156 C-2 Storch

Flying Heritage Collection - Fieseler Fi 156 C-2 Storch

D-EVDB Private Fieseler Fi-156 Storch

Fieseler / Storch (Stork): This was a small German liaison aircraft built between 1936

Flying Heritage Collection - Fieseler Fi 156 C-2 Storch

Flying Heritage Collection - Fieseler Fi 156 C-2 Storch

Flying Heritage Collection - Fieseler Fi 156 C-2 Storch

Flying Heritage Collection - Fieseler Fi 156 C-2 Storch

Junkers Ju 390

Junkers Ju 390 (New York Bomber) - The Junkers Ju 390 multi-engine long-range heavy bomber was to strike at the heart of major American cities - changing German wartime fortunes ultimately revised this need.

This has to be a rare photo of several British aircraft... Spitfire Corsair Martlet (Wildcat) and Barracuda and Hurricane (far end).

This has to be a rare photo of several British aircraft... Spitfire Corsair Martlet (Wildcat) and Barracuda and Hurricane (far end).

Fieseler (Fi-156) / Storch: The long legs of the main landing gear contained oil-and-spring shock- absorbers that had a travel of 40 cm  allowing the aircraft to land on comparatively rough and uneven surfaces - this was combined with a "pre-travel" distance of 20 cm, before the oleos began damping the landing gear shock. In flight, the main landing gear legs hung down, giving the aircraft the appearance of a long-legged, big-winged bird, hence its nickname, Storch.

Fieseler (Fi-156) / Storch: The long legs of the main landing gear contained oil-and-spring shock- absorbers that had a travel of 40 cm allowing the aircraft to land on comparatively rough and uneven surfaces - this was combined with a "pre-travel" distance of 20 cm, before the oleos began damping the landing gear shock. In flight, the main landing gear legs hung down, giving the aircraft the appearance of a long-legged, big-winged bird, hence its nickname, Storch.

The Fiat CR.42 Falco ("Falcon")  was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter which served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica before and during World War II. The aircraft was produced by the Turin firm, and entered service, in smaller numbers, with the air forces of Belgium, Sweden and Hungary. With more than 1,800 built, it was the most widely produced Italian aircraft to take part in World War II. Ravenna, Italy 1942

The Fiat Falco ("Falcon") was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter which…

Fi 156c-1 Storch

Fi 156c-1 Storch

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