Fieseler Fi 98

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Fieseler Fi 98

The Fieseler Fi 98 was a dive-bomber designed in response to the same RLM specification as the Henschel Hs 123, but that never progressed beyond the prototype stage. That specification was issued on 11 February 1934 and called for a robust aircraft capable of serving as a dive-bomber and ground attack aircraft. Fieseler produced a design for a biplane with staggered slightly unequal wings - the upper wing had a wider span than the lower wing. The cockpit was placed behind the trailing edge of the lower wing. The most unusual feature of the Fi 98 was its dual horizontal control surfaces, with the moving parts mounted low on the tail and a second, smaller, fixed surface mounted at the top of the fin. The fuselage of the Fi 98 was built with an all-metal shell, while the wings and tail surfaces consisted of a metal framework with fabric covering.

The Fi 98 made its maiden flight early in 1935, by which time it was clear that the Henschel Hs 123 was going to be chosen as the 'first phase' dive-bomber and work had already begun on the 'second phase' monoplane dive-bombers, amongst them the Junkers Ju 87. Fieseler had been awarded a contract to produce three prototype Fi 98s, but only the first had been completed when work on the project stopped in 1936.

Fi 98a
Engine: BMW 132a nine-cylinder air-cooled radial engine
Power: 650hp
Crew: 1
Wing span: 37ft 9in
Length: 24ft 3in
Height: 9ft 10in
Empty Weight: 3,197lb
Loaded Weight: 4,762lb
Max Speed: 183mph at 6,560ft
Cruising Speed: 168mph
Climb rate: 1min 7sec to 3,280ft
Service Ceiling: 29,530ft
Range: 292 miles
Armament: Two forward firing 7.9mm MG 17 machine guns
Bomb-load: Four 110lb bombs


Fieseler Fi 98

Fieseler Fi 98 là mẫu thử máy bay cường kích do hãng Fieseler của Đức thiết kế chế tạo nhằm cạnh tranh với loại Henschel Hs 123.

Fi 98
KiểuMáy bay cường kích/ném bom bổ nhào
Hãng sản xuấtFieseler
Tình trạngBị hủy bỏ
Số lượng sản xuất1


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Fieseler Fi 98 - History

The Fieseler Fi 167 was designed as the prime torpedo and reconnaissance bomber for German aircraft carriers. With the beginning of the construction of the Graf Zeppelin in 1937, two aircraft producers, Fieseler and Arado, were ordered to produce prototypes for a carrier based torpedo bomber. By summer of 1938 the Fiesler design proved to be superior to the Arado design, the Ar195.

Like the famous Fieseler Fi 156 Storch, the Fi 167 had surprising slow speed capabilities, the plane would be able to land almost vertically on a moving aircraft carrier.

After two prototypes (Fi 167 V1 & Fi 167 V2), twelve pre production models (Fi 167A-0) were build which only had slight modifications to the prototypes. The aircraft exceeded all requirements by far, and had excellent handling capabilities and could carry about twice the required weapons payload.

Since the Graf Zeppelin was not expected to be completed before the end of 1940, the construction of the Fi 167 only had a low priority. When the construction of the Graf Zeppelin was stopped in 1940, the completion of further aircraft was stopped and the existing ones were taken into Luftwaffe service in the "Erprobungsgruppe 167".

After the construction of the CV Graf Zeppelin was continued in 1942 the Junkers Ju 87 C took over the role as an reconnaissance bomber and torpedo bombers weren't seen to be needed anymore. Nine of the exisiting Fi 167 were send to a coastal naval squadron in the Netherlands and returned to Germany in summer of 1943. After that they were sold to Romania. The remaining planes were used in the "Deutsche Versuchsanstalt für Luftfahrt" (German Aircraft Experimental Institute) in Budweis, Czechia for testing several different landing gear configurations. None of this aircraft still exists today


The Luftwaffe’s Carrier Plane That Never Flew From a Ship

A Fieseler Fi-167A torpedo bomber undergoes testing for operations from the aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin.

Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1977-110-06, Photo: O. Ang

Designed as a carrier-based torpedo bomber, the Fieseler Fi-167 ended up hunting Yugoslav Partisans when its ship never materialized.

As the only carrier airplane of original design produced by Germany, the Fieseler Fi-167 was unique among World War II combat aircraft. Its intended stablemates, the Messerschmitt Me-109T and Junkers Ju-87C, were adaptations of existing land-based aircraft. Although only 14 were built, the Fi-167 can be legitimately said to have achieved limited production.

The story of this unlikely airplane began in 1936 when construction commenced on the German navy’s first and only aircraft carrier, Graf Zeppelin. Since no German aircraft existed that could be operated from the ship, in 1937 the Air Ministry issued a specification for a new carrier-based torpedo bomber/reconnaissance plane, somewhat in the same category as Britain’s Fairey Albacore. The Fieseler and Arado companies offered competing designs, of which Fieseler’s was selected.

First flown in 1938, the Fi-167 was a large, two-bay, two-seat, single-engine biplane with folding wings and a tail hook. The preproduction Fi-167A-0 had tall, talon-like fixed landing gear a beak-like cowling surrounding its 1,100-hp Junkers Jumo engine and a slightly humpback-shaped fuselage that endowed it with a peculiar bird of prey appearance. That form actually followed function, however: The humped configuration was intended to improve visibility, while the tall landing gear was designed to increase the angle of attack, improving lift and drag during takeoff and landing. The main landing gear legs could be jettisoned if the biplane had to ditch in the water, and the lower wings were equipped with bladders to keep it afloat for a limited time.

The Fi-167 was designed by the same team that created the Fi-156 Storch, one of the world’s first short-takeoff-and-landing (STOL) aircraft. Like its more famous predecessor, the Fi-167 had excellent low-speed flying characteristics, a valuable asset for a carrier plane. All it lacked was a ship from which to fly.

Launched from the Deutsche Werke shipyard in Kiel in December 1938, Graf Zeppelin was 85 percent complete by the time war broke out. The carrier’s air group, Trägergruppe 186, was to be operated by the Luftwaffe rather than the Kriegsmarine, leading to some interservice conflict. Graf Zeppelin was designed to carry only 42 aircraft, and the Luftwaffe initially envisioned that complement to consist of 10 Me-109T fighters (T signified Träger, or carrier), 12 Ju-87C dive bombers and 20 Fi-167As. After 1939 the Luftwaffe altered that arrangement, limiting the air group’s strength to 12 Me-109Ts and 30 Ju-87Cs modified to serve in both the dive and torpedo bomber roles and eliminating the Fi-167 entirely. The issue was largely rendered moot, however, when work on Graf Zeppelin slowed and then was suspended in 1940 as Nazi Germany diverted its resources to other projects.


Shown here under construction, Graf Zeppelin was never completed. (Bundesarchiv Bild RM 25 Bild-62, Photo: O. Ang)

In May 1942 Adolf Hitler, impressed by the successes of British, Japanese and American carriers over the past two years, authorized work to resume on Graf Zeppelin and a group of more modern carrier aircraft. But by then Germany was locked in a death struggle with the Soviet Union and Western Allies. Given the consequent priorities placed on Luftwaffe war production, its chief, Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring, insisted that German industry could not design, test and manufacture new carrier aircraft before 1946. Although construction was never officially canceled, Graf Zeppelin would remain incomplete until it was finally scuttled in April 1945.

Meanwhile, during the spring of 1942 nine Fi-167s were organized into an experimental squadron and sent to the Netherlands. At least part of their time was spent testing different prospective camouflage color schemes for aircraft operating over the sea. They did no operational flying and in the summer of 1943 were returned to Germany. Three of the Fi-167s were then used to test landing gear components, some with the outer panels of their lower wings removed in order to increase their landing sink rate.

In September 1944 a dozen Fi-167s were transferred to the Croatian air force. One was used by a pair of Croatians to defect to the Yugoslav Partisans. It was subsequently shot down by an Allied fighter. The remaining Croatian aircraft proved useful for supplying Ustaše troops operating in the mountains of Yugoslavia.

On October 10, 1944, an Fi-167 flown by eight-victory Croatian ace Sergeant Boži­dar Bartulović was attacked and shot down by five North American Mustang Mark IIIs from No. 213 Squadron, Royal Air Force. But before they bailed out his observer, Cap­tain Mate Jurković, scored hits on one of the Mus­tangs, forcing Sergeant W.E. Mould to crash-land near Martinska Ves. It is said to have been the last occasion in which a biplane shot down a monoplane.

The Fi-167 was among the least-known aircraft of WWII, but it was Germany’s only specifically designed carrier plane. For that reason alone, it deserves a niche in aviation history.

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(this later became Waldau Kaserne)



This is a early WW2 picture of Waldau when it was owned by Gerhard Fieseler Werke.

Fieseler #2, with #3 seen at the top left
The village of Waldau is to the right

Production inside Fieseler #2, on Waldau



Picture of ME109's being built

The above two phots are the building at the end of Waldau
Kaserne closest to Lohfelden after the above bombing.
(this is the building that the 70th, 77th, and 598th Trans Co later used for a motor pool)


The building that later became the Waldau Commissary, after the bombing


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