Ihm-6 Bomber Aircraft

A type of aircraft designed to deliver bombs on targets, typically used for strategic bombing and attack missions.

Ihm-7 Fighter Aircraft

A type of aircraft designed for aerial combat, typically equipped with guns and sometimes missiles for engaging enemy aircraft.

Fi. 103R

A German World War II reconnaissance variant of the Fi. 103 fighter aircraft. It was used by the Luftwaffe for aerial reconnaissance missions.

Fi. 161

A German World War II transport aircraft designed by the Fieseler company. It was used by the Luftwaffe for troop and cargo transport.

Fi. 158

A German World War II light bomber aircraft designed by the Fieseler company. It was used by the Luftwaffe for tactical bombing missions.

Fi. 103

A German World War II fighter aircraft, designed by the Focke-Wulf company. It was known for its speed and maneuverability, but was plagued by reliability issues.

Fi. 156 Storch

A German World War II light observation and liaison aircraft. It was known for its short takeoff and landing capabilities, making it suitable for use in difficult terrain.

Fi. 167

A German World War II reconnaissance aircraft designed by the Fieseler company. It was used extensively by the Luftwaffe throughout the war.

Fi. 104

A German World War II bomber aircraft prototype, designed by the Focke-Wulf company. It was never put into production due to design flaws and the overwhelming success of the Heinkel He 111.

Fi. 159

A German World War II reconnaissance aircraft designed by the Fieseler company. It was used by the Luftwaffe primarily for maritime reconnaissance.