Kit includes its original building instructions, detailed r esin parts, photo-etched fret, clear canopy parts, and waterslide decals for one for one finished model aircraft. Junkers engineers modified a Ju 188T-0 for high altitude work and three prototypes followed, each mimicking a special mission version - photographic reconnaissance, night-fighter, and general bomber. 6/2/2017 The Ju 388 J is a premium rank IV German twin-engine fighter with a battle rating of 4.7 (AB) and 4.3 (RB/SB). The performance estimates of this aircraft were a cause for great unease in the Luftwaffe. It was captured by U.S. troops in May 1945 at the Junkers plant in Merseburg, then flown to Kassel/Waldau. The K model was a pure bomber, with a pannier under the plane increasing the size of the bomb bay. Jedním z důvodů je, že několik předsériových strojů bylo použito jako prototypy a jiné byly zničeny spojeneckým bombardováním těsně před dokončením. The Junkers Ju 388 -page contains all related products, articles, books, walkarounds and plastic scale modeling projects dedicated to this aircraft. This was based on the Fw 190D with longer wings and the new high-altitude model "E" Junkers Jumo 213 engine. Baseado no Ju 88 e no Ju 188, diferenciava-se dos seus antecessores por ter sido construído para operar em grandes altitudes, tendo sido equipado com uma cabine pressurizada. Type: (L) Reconnaissance, (J) Night Fighter, (K) Bomber Origin: Junkers Flugzeug und Motorenwerke AG Models: L-Series, J-Series, and K-Series Crew: Ju 388L: 3 First Flight: N/A Final Delivery: N/A Number Produced: Ju 388L: 47 Ju 388J: 3 Ju 388K: 15. Rare Dornier Junkers Ju 388 J. The Junkers Ju 488 was a proposed heavy strategic bomber, to be used by Germany in World War II, but the project never got past the prototype stage.. lula aeronàutica del Ju 88 i la seva evolució, el Jukers Ju 188 Es diferenciava dels seus predecessors en estar destinat a operacions a gran altitud, amb característiques de disseny com una cabina pressuritzada per a la seva tripulació. It differed from the Ju 188 in several aspects, two most prominent being a remotely controlled gun turret in the tail and a completely new front fuselage with pressurised crew compartment. Jul 25, 2019 - Explore mstockha's board "Junkers JU-388" on Pinterest. The Junkers Ju-88 was truly the backbone of the German Air Force, the Luftwaffe, in World War II. The defensive armament featured in early Junker bomber marks were removed as a weight-saving measure. The type flew as a level bomber, dive bomber, reconnaissance platform, tank-buster, heavy fighter, and night-fighter during the course of its wartime service life. The Junkers Ju 88 became a workhorse medium bomber for the German Luftwaffe during World War 2 (1939-1945). German photo-reconnaissance efforts had practically disappeared due to the increased performance of the Allied defenses, so production mostly concentrated on the L model. Jun 25, 2016 - Images and profiles of WW2 German Junkers Ju-388 medium bomber. We have 3 links to Junkers Ju 388 inbox reviews in scale 1:72 on the web. Parts of the airframe were also built at ATG in Altenburg and at Niedersächsische Metallwerke Brinckmann & Mergell in Hamburg-Harburg. Cabin pressurization assured high altitudes were reachable. The Junkers Ju 88 had already been modified for high-altitude use as the S and T models, but these did not have the performance needed. Three sub-models of each variant were planned, different only in the engine installation. The aircraft was examined and test flown by "Watson's Whizzers", led by United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) Colonel Harold E. Watson, as part of Operation Lusty and it is believed that Watson himself flew in the aircraft in preparation for flying it directly back to the U.S. The Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker was a World War II German Luftwaffe multi-role aircraft based on the Ju 88 airframe by way of the Ju 188. The "Military Factory" name and MilitaryFactory.com logo are registered ® U.S. trademarks protected by all applicable domestic and international intellectual property laws. This temporary storage facility was a vacant U.S. The Ju 388 was developed as a high speed high altitude bomber based on similar aircraft in the Ju 188 series. The aircraft w… More aircraft and prototypes were planned and partially completed: Also, an unknown number of Ju 388 L-1 and Ju 388 J were in advanced stages of production by the end of the war. It was captured by U.S. troops in May 1945 at the Junkers plant in Merseburg, then flown to Kassel/Waldau. Vernaleken, Christoph and Handig, Martin. The first of an eventual 22 development aircraft flew on 29 November 1940. The bomber versions flew at roughly the same speeds depending on bombload, while the reconnaissance versions would have been about 25 km/h (16 mph) faster. Today the aircraft is disassembled and remains in generally good condition, having never been stored outside. Dabei lag die entscheidende Neuerung der Ju 388 gegenüber ihren Vorgängern in der Konzeption als schnelles Höhenflugzeug mit Druckkabine und Höhenmotoren. | Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com. The Ju 388 was powered by two BMW 810TJ turbo-supercharged radial engines, although it was hoped to use more powerful engines as they became available. These were selected for development, and renamed Ju 388. Similar high-altitude modifications to the Ju 188, with its complex stepless cockpit glazing comprising some three dozen framed window panels in all, were being looked at as the projected Ju 188J, K and L models, which included a simplified "stepless" pressurized cockpit that fully enclosed the entire nose using fewer glazed panels in comparison to the Ju 188's glazing design, and wing and elevator de-icing equipment for extended flights at very high altitude. The first prototype, Ju 388 L-0/V7, mainly built from Ju 188 series production components, made its first flight on December 22, 1943. Junkers Ju 388. The turret was added to the tail section and directed via a periscope arrangement in the cockpit. This topic is to discuss the upcoming Ju 188 A-1/E-1 bombers for War Thunder, as well as discussion on their bigger brothers, Ju 288 and 388, both built. Junkers Ju 388 V-2 The Junkers Ju 388 had been developed from Ju 188 as an advanced night fighter intended to replace the Ju 88G in service with the Luftwaffe. Material presented throughout this website is for historical and entertainment value only and should not to be construed as usable for hardware restoration, maintenance, or general operation. Authored By: Staff Writer | Last Edited: Perhaps most notable among these was its very small internal bomb baythat forced it to carry some of its load externally, slowing perf… * Ribbons not necessarily indicative of actual historical campaign ribbons. JUNKERS Ju 388. Junkers Ju 388 L-1, Wright Field, 1946 Přesný počet postavených Ju 388 je velmi těžké přesně určit. The Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker is a World War II German Luftwaffe multi-role aircraft based on the Ju 88 airframe by way of the Ju 188. Se valmistui vain liian myöhään, sillä sen ensilento tapahtui joulukuussa 1943 sekä esittely myöhään vuoden lopulla 1944. In order to improve performance, the Ju 388 was stripped of almost all defensive armament. On 26 September 1946, 560049 was transferred to Orchard Place Airport in Park Ridge, Illinois, near the present O'Hare International Airport. The Ju-88 and its Ju-188 and Ju-388 derivatives served in multiple roles -- as night and day fighters, for reconnaissance, and as dive and level bombers -- wherever German forces were committed. The only truly modern design in the inventory was the Ju 88, the first purposed-designed schnellbomber. This page was last edited on 4 June 2020, at 21:40. Work began on the Ju 388 in the autumn of 1943, with three versions being developed. All written content, illustrations, and photography are unique to this website (unless where indicated) and not for reuse/reproduction in any form. The aircraft was flown to Freeman Field in Indiana for evaluation, and in September 1945 made a flight demonstration for the press. See more ideas about Junker, Luftwaffe, Ww2. The type emerged in the mid-1930s to fulfill a standing requirement for a fast bomber and went on to find tremendous success in the conflict - outfitted in a myriad of ways to fulfill a myriad of roles. Consequently, the first plane, the Ju 388 L-0 V 7, PG+YA, c/n 300001, was built from a Ju 188 E/F and came to fly in December 1943, even before the first actual prototypes, V 1 to V 6, could be completed. The Ju 388 was introduced very late in the war, and production problems along with the deteriorating war conditions meant that few were built. The Junkers Ju-88 was truly the backbone of the German Air Force, the Luftwaffe, in World War II. Although it outperformed the collection of other designs in service, it had numerous problems of its own. The Ju 388 was flown for 10 hours of flight tests at Wright Field near Dayton, Ohio with the "foreign evaluation" serial number FE-4010 (later changed to T2-4010). The cockpit area is in particularly good condition and complete with all instruments. The -2 would use the 46.4 litre displacement, 1,864 kW (2,500 hp) Jumo 222A/B 24-cylinder six-bank liquid-cooled engines, or the identical displacement 222E/F versions with an improved two-speed supercharger with triple intercoolers on each engine. (Showcased performance values pertain to the, (Showcased armament details pertain to the. The standard operating crew numbered between two and three depending on mission type. The Junkers Ju 288, originally known within the Junkers firm as the EF 074, was a German bomber project designed during World War II, which only ever flew in prototype form. Media in category "Junkers Ju 388" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. It is currently rare vehicle and is obtainable through the Gaijin Marketplace. Based on available documentation and research the following can be assumed as proven:[2][page needed]. Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker bolo nemecké bombardovacie, ťažké stíhacie a prieskumné lietadlo, ktorý vznikol na základe požiadavky modernizácie nemeckého letectva počas 2. svetovej vojny. The Junkers Ju 388 was the ultimate operational development of the versatile Ju 88 family. Please direct all other inquiries to militaryfactory AT gmail.com. The Ju 388 was introduced very late in the war, and production problems along with the deteriorating war conditions meant that few were built. Parts of the airframe were also built at ATG in Altenburg and at Niedersächsische Metallwerke Brinckmann & Mergell in Hamburg-Harburg. It was introduced very late in the war, and production problems and the general war conditions meant few were delivered. Following these tests the aircraft was displayed at the Dayton, Ohio Air Show at Wright Field in 1946 along with other captured German aircraft. The Junkers Ju 388 was a high-altitude aircraft developed from the Ju 88. To cover the aircraft's critical "six" position, a remote-controlled turret fitting 2 x 13mm MG 131 heavy machine guns was added. For the bomber destroyer and night fighter roles, the all-wood Focke-Wulf Ta 154 and metal-structured Heinkel He 219 had the performance needed to catch the bomber; however, both designs only gained that performance by mounting low aspect ratio wings which were inadequate for flight at high altitude and resultingly produced too high a wing loading. One of the reasons is that various pre-series aircraft were used as prototypes, and some were damaged or destroyed by Allied bombs before completion. This was similar in speed to existing Luftwaffe night fighters, but the Ju 388 maintained this speed at much higher altitudes. See more ideas about junker, luftwaffe, ww2 aircraft. Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker là một loại máy bay chiến đấu đa năng của Không quân Đức trong Chiến tranh thế giới II, thiết kế của Ju 338 dựa trên Ju 88 giống cách của Ju 188.Ju 388 khác với mẫu máy bay trước nó, Ju 388 dùng cho các chiến dịch tầng cao, thiết kế nổi bật là buồng lái điều áp cho kíp lái. This provided the impetus for a new Junkers design based on the classic Ju 88 airframe. To counter the B-29, the Luftwaffe would need new day fighters and bomber destroyers with greatly enhanced performance at extreme altitude. Rate-of-climb equaled 1,240 feet per minute. Instead, on 17 June 1945 the aircraft was flown to Cherbourg, France where it was shipped to the United States aboard the Royal Navy escort carrier HMS Reaper together with other captured German aircraft for detailed evaluation in the U.S. The Ju 388's remote tail turret had an excellent field of fire and could shoot directly to the rear, so the Bola streamlined defensive armament position under the nose of Ju 88s and 188s was omitted, improving the aerodynamics. The primary focus was to find a fast bomber capable of outrunning late-war Allied fighters, however the … The Ju 388 was donated to the Smithsonian Institution's National Air Museum on 3 January 1949 and arrived at Silver Hill, Maryland, for storage in November 1954. It differed from its predecessors in being intended for high altitude operation, with design features such as a pressurized cockpit for its crew. Ribbons are clickable to their respective campaigns/operations. The Ju-88 and its Ju-188 and Ju-388 derivatives served in multiple roles -- as night and day fighters, for reconnaissance, and as dive and level bombers -- wherever German forces were committed. No evidence exists that any documents were ever delivered. manufactured by Weserflug (WFG), initially planned as K-1, 10 Ju 388 K-0, second batch, some prototypes, partially completed, 30 Ju 388 K-0, third batch, planned, only few units completed. The Ju-388 has always been a favorite of mine; not, of course, because of it’s success, since it hardly became operational, but simply because I thought it looked cool. Hopefully Gaijin will eventually add the 288 and 388 as they would be much more useful than the Ju 188. The Ju 388L-1 reconnaissance version with construction number (Werknummer) 560049 was the eighth of the series manufactured at Weser Flugzeugbau's Nordenham plant. The twin engine arrangement of the Ju 88/Ju 188 were retained and heavy glazing was used at the cockpit to promote excellent vision. The Junkers Ju 88 became a workhorse medium bomber for the German Luftwaffe during World War 2 (1939-1945). Die Junkers Ju 388 war eine Weiterentwicklung der Junkers Ju 188, die wiederum auf der bekannten Ju 88 basierte und wie diese als zweimotoriger Ganzmetall-Tiefdecker ausgelegt war. By the time the engines were widely available, it was clear that B-29 bombers were actually being sent to the Asia and the Pacific and would not be operating over Germany anytime soon. It is the final development of the Ju 88 family of aircraft. This was followed by six new prototypes. It demonstrated much better handling at altitude than the Ju 88S due to an increase in tail surface area, as the streamlined-nose Ju 88S, also omitting the Bola gondola, still used the original Ju 88A vertical tail surface design. An alternative was the Messerschmitt Me 155B, a long-winged development of the Bf 109 which had already undergone several stages of design and would ultimately be built in prototype form by Blohm & Voss. The fighter chosen was the Focke-Wulf Ta 152H. Junkers Ju 388 L-1 průzkumný/pozorovací letoun DD.08.1944-DD.01.1945 After the Ju 288 programme was abandoned, the simpler Ju 388 was accelerated. One Ju 388 survives today. Furthermore, several official records terminate before the end of production or contradict each other. In August 1944, Japanese Major-General Osamu Otani, a member of one of the commissions related to the Tripartite Pact and serving in Berlin, expressed interest in a license production of the Ju 388. The Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM), the Reich Aviation Ministry, first learned of the American Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bomber in late 1942. Otani was captured by allied forces in Berlin in May 1945.[4]. It was some time before deliveries of the production models started due to engine delivery delays. Serious concerns as to B-29 capability developed in early 1944, when YB-29 "Hobo Queen" made a well-publicised appearance at RAF Bovingdon, which had been cryptically hinted-at in an American-published Sternenbanner German language propaganda leaflet from Leap Year Day in 1944, meant to be circulated within the Reich.[1]. Deliveries started in August 1944 but few Ju 388s were completed. The -1 would mount the 1,331 kW (1,810 PS) output BMW 801J, a turbocharged version of the basic BMW 801 air cooled radial, each engine installed as a unitized Triebwerksanlage engine installation. With the BMW 801J or Jumo 213E, the fighter versions flew at 616 km/h (383 mph) when equipped as a destroyer, losing about 25 km/h (16 mph) due to the eight-dipole Hirschgeweih antenna array used for late-war, VHF-band Neptun radar and Schräge Musik when equipped as night fighters. Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker (namngivet efter den ökända tyska sjörövaren Klaus Störtebeker) är en vidareutveckling av Ju 188, som i sin tur är en vidareutveckling baserad på den välkända Junkers Ju 88.Planet tillverkades i tre versioner, J (nattjakt), K (höghöjdsbombare) och L (höghöjdsjakt). From this aircraft was also evolved the Ju 188 which served as a useful tactical bomber and reconnaissance platform from February 1943 onward and was produced to the tune of 1,234 aircraft. About 47 L models seem to have been built, the majority as -1s with the BMW 801J engine, and just three -3s with the Jumo 213E. In case a review is missing feel free to add them, this can be done on the individual product pages (for members only). Junkers Ju 388 previews in scale 1:72. The B-29 had a maximum speed of around 560 km/h (350 mph), and would attack in a cruise of about 360 km/h (225 mph) at 8,000–10,000 m (26,000–33,000 ft), an altitude where no current Luftwaffe aircraft was effective, and for which the only effective Wehrmacht anti-aircraft gun was the rarely-deployed 12.8 cm FlaK 40, which could effectively fire to an altitude of 14,800 metres (48,600 ft). In its bomber and reconnaissance versions it would elude enemy fighters by flying high, while as a heavy fighter and night-fighter it was to intercept the Boeing B-29 and the feared DeHavilland Mosquito. The type emerged in the mid-1930s to fulfill a standing requirement for a fast bomber and went on to find tremendous success in the conflict - outfitted in a myriad of ways to fulfill a myriad of roles. For use as a night fighter, the long-barreled MK 103s were replaced by the smaller and lighter 30 mm MK 108s, while a second pair of upward firing MK 108s were added in a Schräge Musik installation behind the cockpit. Prior to the opening of World War II, the Luftwaffe bomber force was primarily aircraft of limited performance, some originally developed with civilian uses in mind as well. Junkers Ju 388 1944 The only version of this Ju 188 development to enter production before the end of the war was the Ju 388L reconnaissance aircraft, a small number of which were built. The Ju 388L-1 reconnaissance version with construction number (Werknummer) 560049 was the eighth of the series manufactured at Weser Flugzeugbau's Nordenham plant. The -3 would mount the Junkers Jumo 213E liquid-cooled inverted V12, which included a supercharger similar to the 222E/F's. 2 x BMW 801J 14-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engines developing 1,800 horsepower each. We do not sell any of the items showcased on this site. Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker on saksalainen nopea, Junkersin valmistama mäntämoottorikäyttöinen tiedustelu- ja pommikone.Sitä käytettiin toisessa maailmansodassa.Koneella oli omaan aikakauteensa nähden, varsin hyvät suoritusarvot. O Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker foi um avião de caça multiuso alemão durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. Power was provided by two 1,349kW BMW 801TJ engines. Engine: Most: Model: BMW 801TJ Type: 18-Cylinder two-row radial With the Jumo 222 engine, the aircraft was estimated to be capable of reaching around 700 km/h (435 mph), again about 25 km/h (16 mph) less in night fighter versions. The aircraft was to be delivered using the same naming as the three original Ju 188 experimental versions: the J, K, and L. The J model was a fighter with two 30 mm (1.18 in) MK 103 cannons and two 20 mm MG 151/20 cannons in a solid nose for use as a daytime bomber destroyer. [3][page needed] Complete drawing sets for the Ju 388 were handed over to the Japanese as well as the rights for licensed production. The L photo-reconnaissance model put its cameras in the pannier along with additional fuel tanks for long-range missions. [5], Data from Die Deutsche Luftrüstung 1933–1945 Vol.3 – Flugzeugtypen Henschel-Messerschmitt[6], Aircraft of comparable role, configuration, and era, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Paul E. Garber Preservation, Restoration, and Storage Facility, "Japanese Ambassador to Germany Captured", Reich Air Ministry (RLM) aircraft designations, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Junkers_Ju_388&oldid=960781379, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from June 2020, Articles needing additional references from February 2016, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 6 Ju 388 prototypes, 2 each for J-1, K-1 and L-1, 20 Ju 388 L-0, including prototypes V7, V8, V30 - V34, 10 Ju 388 K-0, first batch, including two converted to the, 1 Ju 388 K-1 manufactured by ATG for static tests in July 1944, 46 Ju 388 L-1 manufactured by ATG in 1944, 8+ Ju 388 L-1 manufactured by ATG in 1945, 10 Ju 388 L-1 (max.) It was introduced in Update 1.87 "Locked On" during the "Battlefield Engineer" event. The Junkers Ju 388 Störtebeker is a World War II German Luftwaffe multi-role aircraft based on the Ju 88 airframe by way of the Ju 188. In its bomber and reconnaissance versions it would elude enemy fighters by flying high, while as a heavy fighter and night-fighter it was to intercept the Boeing B-29 and the feared DeHavilland Mosquito. The aircraft was completed early in 1945. Power was served through 2 x BMW 801J 14-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engines developing 1,810 horsepower each and maximum speed reached 385 mph with a service ceiling of 44,100 feet. This topic is categorised under: Aircraft » Propeller » … A number of years ago, I built a 48th resin kit, but always wanted to do a 32nd scale version. The aircraft is just one of several unique German aircraft still awaiting restoration at the National Air and Space Museum's Paul E. Garber Preservation, Restoration, and Storage Facility in Silver Hill, Maryland, all intended to be transferred in the coming years to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center's restoration annex of the Smithsonian, on the Dulles International Airport property. It differed from its predecessors in being intended for high altitude operation, with design features such as a pressurized cockpit for its crew. Fifteen K-1s were built; and only three J-1 models were produced. Special Hobby Kit Released In 1999. Als Höhenbomber Ju 388 K und Höhenaufklärer Ju 388 L sollte sie sic… Government-owned factory previously used by the Chrysler Corporation to build the Douglas C-54. One Ju 388 survives today. The exact number of Ju 388s built is difficult to determine. Whereas the Ju 88 included a number of manually operated guns in ports around the cockpit area, on the Ju 388 they were replaced by a single remote-control turret in the tail containing two 13 mm (.51 in) MG 131 machine guns, aimed via a periscope in the cockpit, mounted one-above-the-other, as had been done experimentally with a few Heinkel He 177A heavy bombers' manned tail defensive gun positions. 1:72 Scale. The Ju 388 was a development of the Ju 188, which based on the well-known Ju 88. 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