Focke-Wulf FW-190 (3/16)

The Focke-Wulf FW-190 was a single engine, single seat, German fighter plane used by the Luftwaffe of Nazi Germany. The FW-190, along with the Messerschmidt, made up the back bone of the Nazi air force and enabled much of their advancement in the war. The FW-190 began its operations over France in late 1941 and quickly out matched the British Spitfire planes in use at the time. The FW-109 become one of the most popular fighter planes of World War II, with many of the top fighter aces of Nazi Germany scoring their victories while piloting this aircraft.


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