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Focke-Wulf Fw 44 Stieglitz

The Fw 44 was perhaps not the best-looking biplane of the 1930's but it certainly ranked among the most pleasant to fly. Of biplane configuration, the upper and lower wings were identical in outline, and connected by metal N-struts supported by wires. Construction was wooden for the wings and metal frame for the fuselage. The entire airframe was fabric-covered, with exception of the metal-plated front fuselage and upper wing centre section which was skinned with plywood. In short, a typical biplane product of the inter-war era!

Basic generic flight model
Standard 4ch controls
Guns ch8 3 pos switch
Pilot Camera.......F4
Tail camera.........F5

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