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Henschel Hs 125



Type: Light fighter or advanced trainer
Origin: Henschel Flugzeugwerke AG
Models: a and b
First Flight: Summer 1934
Service Delivery: None
Final Delivery: None

Engine: Model: Argus As 10C
Type: Inverted V8 aircooled
Horsepower: 240hp

Dimensions:
Wing span: 10.00m (32 ft. 9¾ in.)
Length: 7.30m (23 ft. 11¼ in.)
Height: 2.30m (7 ft. 6½ in.)
Wing Surface Area: N/A
  Weights:
Empty: 1,529 lb. (693 kg)
Loaded: 2,145 lb. (973 kg)

Performance:
Maximum Speed: 174 mph (280kph)
Initial climb: N/A
Range: 311 miles (500 km)
Service Ceiling: N/A

Armament:
N/A

Avionics:
N/A


The Henschel Hs 125 was a German advanced training aircraft prototype featuring a single engine and low wings, designed by Henschel & Son and operated by the Luftwaffe during World War II. Only two prototypes were ever built.

Sources:
Gunston, Bill & Wood, Tony - Hitler's Luftwaffe, 1977, Salamander Books Ltd., London

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