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Flying Heritage Collection, Focke Wulf 190 D-13, Everett, WA

The Flying Heritage Collection near Paine Field in Everett, WA hosts several very fine restorations of both Allied and Axis aircraft from WW 2. From the Flying Heritage web site: ‘The Focke Wulf 190 D-13 was the near pinnacle of German piston engine technology. The most notable change to the potent and successful Focke Wulf 190 fighter design was the late-war addition of a Junkers Jumo liquid cooler V-12 engine in the place of the earlier versions equipped with BMW radials. These “long-nosed” Focke-Wulfs, “D-models,” also had a stretched aft fuselage to maintain the fighter’s center of gravity. D-model fighters proved to be the most successful examples of the 190 series, competing with the P-51 Mustang and late-model Spitfires on even terms. However, Germany’s lack of well-trained pilots and shortage of fuel at the late stages of the war made the new Focke Wulf 190 D a less than effective weapon. The aircraft entered service in March of 1945 and served as the commander’s plane of the Jagdgeschwader (fighter wing) 26. This is the only Focke Wulf 190 D-13 to have survived the war and will not be flown because it is the only one of its type left in the world.’

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Tags: aircraft; airplanes; flying heritage collection; focke wulf 190 d-13; paine field; vintage aircraft; warbirds; washington
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