Me 323 Gigant heavy transport in flight, date unknown

Caption   Me 323 Gigant heavy transport in flight, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added Date 23 Apr 2008



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
2 May 2009 07:14:10 PM

During the Me 323's production life, the aircraft were improved with different types of engines and weapons, with a maximun speed of 177mph, and a cruising speed of 136mph the aircraft was easy target for faster allied aircraft, and by 1944 the aircraft had disappered from Luftwaffe service.
2. Anonymous says:
9 Jul 2012 10:00:20 PM

fore runner of heavy airlift transports
3. Commenter identity confirmed Alan Chanter says:
17 Jun 2013 08:15:21 AM

The Me 323 Gigant employed a primitive fabric-skinned construction, and was somewhat underpowered. The original unpowered Me 321 (intended for an invasion of the British Isles) was superceded by the Me 323, which was eventually equipped with six Gnome-Rhone radials, and offered accomodation for 120 troops, or even an experimemtal 19.5-ton bomb.

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