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Focke Wulf FW190A-8/R6

Focke Wulf FW190A-8/R6
Serial No: 733682/AM75
Period: WWII
Reference: 1998/0214/A
Museum: Cosford
Location: War in the Air
On Display: Yes

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The FW190A-8 was a fighter-bomber version of the 'Butcher Bird', and was produced in greater numbers than any other sub-type. This variant was very effective in combat below 7,000m/22,965ft due to the performance of its BMW 801 powerplant. Some 19,500 Fw190s of all types were built, serving until the end of the European war in May 1945; a few served until c.1948 with the Turkish Air force.

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