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Fw 190 A-5
The Fw 190 A-5 started production from November 1942.
In order to move the aircraft's centre of gravity forward and allow more weight to be carried, the engine, and the aircraft's nose itself, was moved 15cm forward. Pilot controllable engine cooling vents were fitted in place of the fixed engine cooling slots present in earlier variants.
Standard armament was two 7.92 mm MG 17 machine guns in the fuselage, two 20 mm MG 151/20 cannons in the wing root and two wing-mounted 20 mm MG FF/M cannons.
A wide range of modifications were available for the FW 190 A-5 allowing to carry bombs, rockets and droptanks, sometimes requiring the reduction of the standard armament.