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Potez 75. After the Second World War, to have an anti-tank combat aircraft, the French Air Force issued a specification for building a device devoted to this task . Potez 75 was constructed. It made ​​its first flight 10 June 1953 and was immediately recognized as obsolete. So when presented the Potez, the Army Air and the ALT refused.

Potez After the Second World War, to have an anti-tank combat aircraft, the…

Dornier Do335 pfeil an excellent heavy fighter Speed :477mph service ceiling : 38,400ft Range:1280mi  only an 90 examples were produced

Dornier Do 335 Pfeil (Arrow) or Ameisenbär (Anteater) was a fighter aircraft employed by the Luftwaffe in the final phase of World War II.

https://flic.kr/p/acXwpz | Curtiss XP-60c

Curtiss The Curtiss was the final propeller-driven fighter built by its manufacturer and the second largest single-seat fighter of orthodox.

Dornier Do335 V13 - Dornier took out a patent in 1937 for an aircraft powered by two engines one behind the other in the fuselage ,driving tractor and pusher propellors  the Do335 concept was born the Do335 was fast and manouvrable but not a real dogfighter like the Spitfire or Fw 190 but it was a steady shooting platform

Dornier Do 335 prototype This aircraft was an heavy fighter ("destroyer") variant, mounting 2 additional cannon in the wings and 2 drop tanks. specifically included front landing gear changes, armoured windshield and DB engines.

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Dornier Do 335 Pfeil (Arrow) or Ameisenbär (Anteater)

Germany's Dornier Do 335 Pfeil fighter.  On 23 May 1944, Hitler, as part of the developing Jägernotprogramm directive which took effect on July 3, ordered maximum priority to be given to Do 335 production. The main production line was intended to be at Manzel, but a bombing raid in March destroyed the tooling and forced Dornier to set up a new line at Oberpfaffenhofen.

Germany's Dornier Do 335 Pfeil fighter. On 23 May 1944, Hitler, as part of the developing Jägernotprogramm directive which took effect on July 3, ordered maximum priority to be given to Do 335 production. The main production line was intended to be at Manzel, but a bombing raid in March destroyed the tooling and forced Dornier to set up a new line at Oberpfaffenhofen.

Egyptian HA-300 side-view. This was a delta-wing light, supersonic fighter (co-development of the HF-24 Marut) which was abandoned after 7 aircraft

This was a delta-wing light, supersonic fighter (co-development of the Marut) which was abandoned after 7 aircraft