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Ju 388L aircraft at an airfield, date unknown

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Ju 388 St√∂rtebeker   Main article  Photos  
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 3 Mar 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
5 Feb 2011 04:54:01 PM

Junkers Ju388 "Stortebeker" named after a
(Legendary German Pirate))
Designed as a high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft. Powered by 2xBMW 801TJ 14-cylinder air-cooled radial engines of 1800hp each.
or 2xJumo 213E 12-liquid-cooled inline engines.
Armament: 2x13mm remote-controlled weapons
in tail proposed FuG200 Lichtenstein SN-2
and FuG217 or 218 Neptun Radar.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
2 Nov 2014 06:01:14 PM

WAR TROPHIES:

During and after WWII the Soviets were able to test and evaluate different types of Luftwaffe aircraft. A few of these aircraft saw service in Soviet Air Force units. A Junkers Ju388L-1 was used for various tests as late as 1948.

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