Bachem Ba 349 Natter by David Myhra

By David Myhra

X Planes of the 3rd Reich sequence - An Illustrated sequence on Germanys Experimental plane of worldwide warfare II. The pilot-operated Bachem Ba 349 Natter (Adder) was once one of many unforeseen new guns Germany was once trying to ideal for a more desirable safeguard opposed to Allied heavy bombers. the belief of the ground-to-air missile to decelerate, if now not cease, attacking airplane was once one of many maximum advancements to come back out of global struggle II, and Germany led the sphere. David Myhra has taken 240 photos and illustrations from his assortment and provides the worlds first safeguard interceptor missile the manned Ba 349 Natter.

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A pen and ink three-view exterior drawing of the Ba 349A. The Bachem-Werke Ba 349 "Natter" 35 A pen and ink port side view interior drawing of the Ba 349A. 1. ring sight The starboard side fuselage, wing, and tail assembly of a Ba 349V from Erich Bachem's failed proposal to the RLM. Bachem illustrated his proposal with the stunting Hans Jordanoff dissected views. Jordanoff was an employee of the Bachem Werke. 36 The Bachem-Werke Ba 349 "Natter" 2. armored cockpit windscreen 3. T-Stoff tank 4. HWK 509 bi-fuel liquid rocket motor housing 5.

2 times gravity experienced by a "Natter" pilot after lift-off, the pilot would not likely "black out" nor lose control of his machine. The worse position to withstand high "g" is in an upright sitting. The superior position is where the pilot is able to lay on his back. Dr. Ruff, through his extensive research found that a pilot on his back could withstand up to 14 "g's" for as long as 120 to 180 seconds without blacking out. What happen to Oberleutnant Sieber during the first manned test flight of the Ba 349 M-23 on 18 February 1945 remains a mystery to this day.

The Bachem-Werke Ba 349 "Natter" 29 Graphically shown in this series of photos are a pilot's reaction as the amount of gravity he experiences in various seating positions. Dr. 2 times gravity experienced by a "Natter" pilot after lift-off, the pilot would not likely "black out" nor lose control of his machine. The worse position to withstand high "g" is in an upright sitting. The superior position is where the pilot is able to lay on his back. Dr. Ruff, through his extensive research found that a pilot on his back could withstand up to 14 "g's" for as long as 120 to 180 seconds without blacking out.

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