The Focke Wulf 190 D (nicknamed “Langnasen”) was a high altitude fighter designed by the German Army during World War II.
It was the last fighter to be mass-produced by the Focke Wulf company during the war. As the conflict progressed it became clear to the Germans that it was necessary to produce a fighter that would maintain good fighting conditions at altitudes above 6000 meters, as this was a quota that Allied aircraft easily exceeded. In the FW190D, the traditional radial engine of the previous versions was replaced by a Junkers Jumo 213 in-line engine that gave it the necessary extra power they were looking for.
The D-13 version was one of the last of this aircraft to be built during the conflict.
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