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JUNKERS JU 252

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The Junkers Ju 252 was a German transport and utility aircraft of the Second World War. Design work started on the Ju 252 in 1939, and the first prototypes were built in 1940, the first flying in October 1941, entering service in 1943 before being withdrawn in 1944. The Junkers Ju 252 had a top speed of 272 mph and a typical range of 3000 km. It was armed with a 13 mm MG 131 trainable machine-gun in a power operated EDL 131 dorsal turret and two 7.92 mm MG 15 trainable lateral-firing machine-guns in two beam positions. A crew of three were carried and the aircraft provided accommodation for 32 passengers or 2000 kg of freight.
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