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Ju-322 Mammut German Transport 1/700 - (Qty. 1) 3d printed

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Ju-322 Mammut German Transport 1/700 - (Qty. 1) 3d printed
Ju-322 Mammut German Transport 1/700 - (Qty. 1) 3d printed

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Ju-322 Mammut German Transport 1/700 - (Qty. 1)

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The Junkers Ju 322 Mammut (Mammoth) was a heavy transport military glider, resembling a giant flying wing, proposed for use by the Luftwaffe in World War II. Only two prototypes were ever built. Designed in late 1940 by Junkers as the Junkers EF 94, the Ju 322 was to fulfill the same role as the Me 321 Gigant heavy transport glider. Fulfilling a requirement to be built out of non-strategic materials, using all-wooden construction, the Ju322 was to be able to carry 20,000 kg of cargo, equivalent to either a Pz.Kpfw.IV, a Flak 88, a Half-Track or a self propelled gun, including attendant personnel, ammunition and fuel. The cargo door was located in the centre section of the leading edge of the wing, with the cockpit offset to the port side above the cargo bay. The glider's tail extended from the centre section, and had a typical arrangement of stabilizing fins and vertical rudder. Armament for production gliders would have consisted of three turrets, each housing a single manned MG 15 machine gun.
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Ju-322 Mammut German Transport 1/700 - (Qty. 1)
8.64 x 4.35 x 0.98 cm
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