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FLUG WERK Fw-190 Replica — - Joint Base Charleston's 2020 Air & Space Expo, April 10, 2022
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FLUG WERK Fw-190 Replica —


Joint Base Charleston's 2020 Air & Space Expo, April 10, 2022


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greg presley
Very interesting to see these being remade. More details about that one?
Patrick Hughes
How to sesrch the faa registry for flug werk aircraft
Tim Segulin
Don't recall seeing FW-190A with a 4 bladed prop before.
Rob Nierop
FW stands for Focke Wulf and not Flug Werk. Focke Wulf FW-190 was one of the fastest and most dangerous fighterplanes of Germany ion WWII.
Dennis Bishop
Nierop - Flug Werk appears to be the name of the replica company. From Wikipedia:
Starting in 1996[49] a small German company, Flug + Werk GmbH,[50] began work on new Fw 190 A-8s
Norm SheaPhoto Uploader
Tim Segulin, apparently this aircraft is from the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach (and is likely N190BR but I can't verify). The website states, "This aircraft is unusual in that it is fitted with a four-bladed propeller and hub (rather than the original three-blade propeller), and has a modified cowling to fit a more modern Tupelov Tu-2 engine."


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