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Henschel Hs 129 B-2/R4.  In the field, the differences seemed to be more pronounced. The Rüstsatz field refit kits were renumbered and some were dropped, and in general, the B-2 planes received the upgraded cannon pack using a 30 mm MK 103 cannon instead of the earlier MK 101. These guns both fired the same ammunition, but the 103 did so at almost twice the rate.

Henschel Hs 129 B-2/R4. In the field, the differences seemed to be more pronounced. The Rüstsatz field refit kits were renumbered and some were dropped, and in general, the B-2 planes received the upgraded cannon pack using a 30 mm MK 103 cannon instead of the earlier MK 101. These guns both fired the same ammunition, but the 103 did so at almost twice the rate.

Henschel Hs129B3 with powerful 75mm gun This aircraft could knock out every Tank the russians had in their arsenal  but only 24 aircraft were produced

Henschel Hs129B3 with powerful 75mm gun This aircraft could knock out every Tank the russians had in their arsenal but only 24 aircraft were produced

Focke Wulf Ta152. The Focke-Wulf Ta 152 was a World War IIGerman high-altitude fighter-interceptordesigned by Kurt Tank and produced byFocke-Wulf. The Ta 152 was a development of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 aircraft. It was intended to be made in at least three versions—the Ta 152H Höhenjäger ("high-altitude fighter"), the Ta 152C designed for medium-altitude operations and ground-attack using a different engine and smaller wing, and the Ta 152E fighter-reconnaissance aircraft with the engine of…

Focke Wulf Ta152. The Focke-Wulf Ta 152 was a World War IIGerman high-altitude fighter-interceptordesigned by Kurt Tank and produced byFocke-Wulf. The Ta 152 was a development of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 aircraft. It was intended to be made in at least three versions—the Ta 152H Höhenjäger ("high-altitude fighter"), the Ta 152C designed for medium-altitude operations and ground-attack using a different engine and smaller wing, and the Ta 152E fighter-reconnaissance aircraft with the engine of…

The Henscel 129 was Germanys flying can opener the Panzer knacker Tank Cracker. It was a twin engine ground attack aircraft used by Germanys Luftwaffe in North Africa Europe and Russia.

[Photo] A Hs 129 ground attack aircraft with a 30mm armor piercing gun under nose at rest, date unknown

The Henscel 129 was Germanys flying can opener the Panzer knacker Tank Cracker. It was a twin engine ground attack aircraft used by Germanys Luftwaffe in North Africa Europe and Russia.

Henschel Hs 129 The Henschel Hs 129 was a German attack aircraft land of World War II deployed by the Luftwaffe. His nickname was Panzerknacker (the “break-tanks”). The Hs 129 never had the chance to show what was expected of him, as the plane was produced only in small numbers and was deployed when the Luftwaffe could not protect them from attacks by other aircraft.

Henschel Hs 129 The Henschel Hs 129 was a German attack aircraft land of World War II deployed by the Luftwaffe. His nickname was Panzerknacker (the “break-tanks”). The Hs 129 never had the chance to show what was expected of him, as the plane was produced only in small numbers and was deployed when the Luftwaffe could not protect them from attacks by other aircraft.

The twin-engine Henschel Hs-129 Panzerknacker or “tank cracker” was also outfitted with a 75-mm gun, although unlike Allied B-25Gs and Hs, it was a semi-automatic weapon. Based on the Wehrmacht’s Pak 40 anti-tank gun, the Hs-129’s cannon was fed by a rotating 12 round magazine. Spent shell casings were dropped from the under-slung gun pod immediately after each shot. Although deployed in limited numbers, the Panzerknacker could destroy any tank on the battlefield. One HS-129 ace…

The twin-engine Henschel Hs-129 Panzerknacker or “tank cracker” was also outfitted with a 75-mm gun, although unlike Allied B-25Gs and Hs, it was a semi-automatic weapon. Based on the Wehrmacht’s Pak 40 anti-tank gun, the Hs-129’s cannon was fed by a rotating 12 round magazine. Spent shell casings were dropped from the under-slung gun pod immediately after each shot. Although deployed in limited numbers, the Panzerknacker could destroy any tank on the battlefield. One HS-129 ace…

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Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger dari / SS-Panzer-Regiment 1 / "Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler"

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