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Hersteller : Fieseler Werke GmbH Kassel / Fieseler Storch Fi 156 C
Typ : Fi 156 C
Baujahr : 1942
Betriebszeit : 0
Triebwerk : Argus As 10C-3 mit 243 Ps ( 179 kW )- Art: 8-Zylinder V-Motor mit hängenden Zylindern.
Avionik Details : Standartausrüstung. Orginal Ausrüstung!!
Exteriornote : 7
Exterior:
Interiornote : 7
Interior : Alles im Orginalzustand wie Neu!!
Sonstige Angaben : Langjährige Restaurierung mit höchstem Aufwand! Zurzeit der schönste Fieseler der auf dem Weltmarkt zum Kauf angeboten wird! Echte Rarität!

Fieseler Fi 156


Fieseler Fi 156 ist ein propellergetriebenes Flugzeug, das erstmals 1936 flog. Entwickelt und gebaut wurde es in den Gerhard-Fieseler-Werken in Kassel. Der Storch, wie er wegen seines hochbeinigen, starren Fahrgestells genannt wurde, wurde im gesamten Zweiten Weltkrieg als Verbindungs-, Beobachtungs- und Sanitätsflugzeug eingesetzt.

Seine großzügig verglaste Kabine, die ausgezeichnete Rundumsicht erlaubte, und die guten Langsamflug- und STOL-Eigenschaften (die Mindestfluggeschwindigkeit lag unter 50 km/h; zum Starten reichten bei Gegenwind 50 m, zum Landen 20 m) machten das Muster sehr beliebt. Das Flugzeug flog langsam genug, um Fernmeldekabel verlegen zu können. Wie schon bei der Fi 97 war das Tragwerk mit starren Vorflügeln über die gesamte Spannweite, statisch ausgeglichenen Schlitz-Querrudern mit Flettner-Ruder über die halbe Spannweite und Fieseler-Rollflügeln zwischen Rumpf und Querruder ausgestattet.


Fi 156 im Langsamflug. Gut zu sehen die Landeklappen und der feste VorflügelBis Kriegsende wurden 2.549 Exemplare gebaut; während und nach dem Krieg wurde das Muster in Frankreich (von Morane-Saulnier) und in der Tschechoslowakei (von Mráz) weitergebaut. Bereits um 1940 entstand eine Kopie des Flugzeugs in der UdSSR, die Antonow OKA-38, die jedoch aufgrund der Kriegsereignisse nicht weiter verfolgt wurde.

Der wohl bekannteste Einsatz eines Fieseler Storchs war das Unternehmen Eiche, die Befreiung des gestürzten italienischen Diktators Benito Mussolinis vom Gran Sasso d'Italia am 12. September 1943.

Internationale Anerkennung errangen die Störche, als im November 1946 eine Dakota der US-Armee eine Bruchlandung auf dem Gauligletscher in der Schweiz hinlegte. Die aufwändigen Rettungsversuche der Amerikaner misslangen allesamt, und schlussendlich wurden alle Passagiere mit den Störchen der Schweizer Luftwaffe gerettet; unter ihnen befanden sich zwei US-Generäle und weitere hohe Offiziere.

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Technische Daten
Fieseler Fi 156 C-3:
Kenngröße Daten
Länge 9,90 m
Flügelspannweite 14,27 m
Tragflügelfläche 26 m²
Höhe 3,00 m
Antrieb Ein Argus As 10C hängender, luftgekühlter V8-Motor mit 240 PS
Höchstgeschwindigkeit 175 km/h in Meereshöhe
Mindestgeschwindigkeit 45 km/h
Reichweite 377 km
Besatzung ein Pilot und zwei Beobachter
Dienstgipfelhöhe 4.600 m
Leergewicht 930 kg
Fluggewicht 1.320 kg
Bewaffnung Ein 7,92 mm MG; bis zu drei 50 kg Bomben
oder eine 135 kg Wasserbombe oder 48 Schüttbomben



Fieseler Fi 156 "Storch"


Description
Role Reconnaissance & communications
Crew 4
First Flight 1936
Entered Service 1937
Manufacturer Fieseler
Dimensions
Length 9.9 m 32 ft 6 in
Wingspan 14.3 m 46 ft 9 in
Height 3.1 m 10 ft 0 in
Wing Area 26 m² 280 ft²
Weights
Empty 860 kg 1,900 lb
Loaded 1,260 kg 2,780 lb
Maximum takeoff kg lb
Powerplant
Engine Argus As 10
Power 180 kW 240 hp
Performance
Maximum speed 175 km/h @ 300 m 109 mph @ 1,000 ft
Combat range 380 km 239 miles
Ferry range km miles
Service ceiling 5,200 m 17,060 ft
Rate of climb 290 m/min 945 ft/min
Wing loading 48.5 kg/m² 9.9 lb/ft²
Power/mass 143 W/kg 0.087 hp/lb
Armament
Guns MG 15 7.92 mm machine-gun
The Fieseler Fi 156 Storch (stork) was a small liaison aircraft built by Fieseler before and during World War II, and production continued in other countries into the 1950s for the private market. It remains famous to this day for its excellent STOL performance, and French-built later variants are a common fixture at air shows.

In 1935, the RLM (Reichsluftfahrtministerium ? ?Reich Aviation Ministry?) put out a tender for a new liaison aircraft for the Luftwaffe to several companies. Fieseler's entry was the most advanced in terms of STOL performance, by far. A fixed slat ran along the entire leading edge of the long wings, while the trailing edge, inspired by earlier 1930s Junkers aircraft wing control surface designs, including the ailerons, was a hinged and slotted flap. The wings could be folded back along the fuselage, allowing it to be carried on a trailer or even towed slowly behind a vehicle. The long legs of the landing gear contained oil and spring shock absorbers that compressed about 450 mm (18 inches) on landing, allowing the plane to set down almost anywhere. In flight they hung down, giving the aircraft the appearance of a very long-legged, big-winged bird. Hence its nickname, the Storch. With its very low landing speed the Storch often landed "at place" or even backwards, in case of wind from directly ahead.

The first Fi 156A prototype flew in the spring of 1936. It was powered by a V-8 180 kW (240 hp) Argus As 10 C engine, which gave the plane a top speed of only 175 km/h (109 mph). An Argus As 10 C engine can be seen in the foreground in the lower picture. But that power was not wasted; the Storch could fly as slow as 50 km/h (32 mph), take off into a light wind in less than 45 m (150 ft), and land in 18 m (60 ft). It was immediately ordered into production by the Luftwaffe with an order for 16 planes, and the first Fi 156As entered service in mid-1937.

Fieseler then offered the Fi 156B model which allowed for the retraction of the leading edge slats and a number of minor aerodynamic cleanups, boosting the speed to 208 km/h (130 mph). The Luftwaffe didn't consider such a small difference to be important, and Fieseler instead moved on to the main production version, the C model.

The Fi 156C was essentially a "flexible" version of the A model. A small run of C-0s were followed by the C-1 three-seater liaison version, and the C-2 two-seat observation plane with a MG 15 machine gun in the rear for defense. Both models entered service in 1939. In 1941 both were replaced by the C-3 with a "universal cockpit" that could be used in any role. Last of the Cs was the C-5, which was a C-3 model that included a hardpoint under the fuselage for a camera or fuel tank. Some were fitted with skis, rather than wheels, for landing in snowy regions.

The Storch could be found on every front throughout the war. It will probably always be most famous for its role in the rescue of deposed Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from a boulder-strewn mountaintop, surrounded by Italian troops. German commando Otto Skorzeny dropped with 90 paratroopers onto the peak and quickly captured it, but the problem remained of how to get back off. A Fa 223 helicopter was sent, but it broke down en route. Instead, pilot Walter Gerlach flew in a Storch, landed in 30 m (100 ft), took aboard Mussolini and Skorzeny, and took off again in under 80 m (250 ft), even though the plane was overloaded. The involved Storch rescuing Mussolini bore the radio code letters "SJ + LL" in motion picture coverage of the daring rescue.

A Storch was the victim of the last dog fight on the Western Front and another was fittingly downed by a direct Allied counterpart of the Storch-a Piper L-4 Grasshopper-from the L-4's crew directing their pistol fire at it. The involved Storch was the only aircraft known to have been downed by handgun fire in the entire war.

A total of about 2,900 Fi 156s, mostly Cs, were produced from 1937 to 1945. When the main Fieseler plant switched to building Bf 109s in 1943, Storch production was shifted to the Mráz factory in Czechoslovakia. A large number were also built at the captured Morane-Saulnier factory in France, starting in April 1942, as the MS.500 Criquet. Both factories continued to produce the planes after the war for local civilian markets.

During the war at least 60 Storchs were captured by the Allies, one becoming the personal aircraft of Field Marshal Montgomery.

[edit]
Operators
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechoslovakia (Post war), Finland, France (Post war), Germany, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland,



Fieseler Fi 156 "Storch"


Description
Role Reconnaissance & communications
Crew 4
First Flight 1936
Entered Service 1937
Manufacturer Fieseler
Dimensions
Length 9.9 m 32 ft 6 in
Wingspan 14.3 m 46 ft 9 in
Height 3.1 m 10 ft 0 in
Wing Area 26 m² 280 ft²
Weights
Empty 860 kg 1,900 lb
Loaded 1,260 kg 2,780 lb
Maximum takeoff kg lb
Powerplant
Engine Argus As 10
Power 180 kW 240 hp
Performance
Maximum speed 175 km/h @ 300 m 109 mph @ 1,000 ft
Combat range 380 km 239 miles
Ferry range km miles
Service ceiling 5,200 m 17,060 ft
Rate of climb 290 m/min 945 ft/min
Wing loading 48.5 kg/m² 9.9 lb/ft²
Power/mass 143 W/kg 0.087 hp/lb
Armament
Guns MG 15 7.92 mm machine-gun
The Fieseler Fi 156 Storch (stork) was a small liaison aircraft built by Fieseler before and during World War II, and production continued in other countries into the 1950s for the private market. It remains famous to this day for its excellent STOL performance, and French-built later variants are a common fixture at air shows.

In 1935, the RLM (Reichsluftfahrtministerium ? ?Reich Aviation Ministry?) put out a tender for a new liaison aircraft for the Luftwaffe to several companies. Fieseler's entry was the most advanced in terms of STOL performance, by far. A fixed slat ran along the entire leading edge of the long wings, while the trailing edge, inspired by earlier 1930s Junkers aircraft wing control surface designs, including the ailerons, was a hinged and slotted flap. The wings could be folded back along the fuselage, allowing it to be carried on a trailer or even towed slowly behind a vehicle. The long legs of the landing gear contained oil and spring shock absorbers that compressed about 450 mm (18 inches) on landing, allowing the plane to set down almost anywhere. In flight they hung down, giving the aircraft the appearance of a very long-legged, big-winged bird. Hence its nickname, the Storch. With its very low landing speed the Storch often landed "at place" or even backwards, in case of wind from directly ahead.

The first Fi 156A prototype flew in the spring of 1936. It was powered by a V-8 180 kW (240 hp) Argus As 10 C engine, which gave the plane a top speed of only 175 km/h (109 mph). An Argus As 10 C engine can be seen in the foreground in the lower picture. But that power was not wasted; the Storch could fly as slow as 50 km/h (32 mph), take off into a light wind in less than 45 m (150 ft), and land in 18 m (60 ft). It was immediately ordered into production by the Luftwaffe with an order for 16 planes, and the first Fi 156As entered service in mid-1937.

Fieseler then offered the Fi 156B model which allowed for the retraction of the leading edge slats and a number of minor aerodynamic cleanups, boosting the speed to 208 km/h (130 mph). The Luftwaffe didn't consider such a small difference to be important, and Fieseler instead moved on to the main production version, the C model.

The Fi 156C was essentially a "flexible" version of the A model. A small run of C-0s were followed by the C-1 three-seater liaison version, and the C-2 two-seat observation plane with a MG 15 machine gun in the rear for defense. Both models entered service in 1939. In 1941 both were replaced by the C-3 with a "universal cockpit" that could be used in any role. Last of the Cs was the C-5, which was a C-3 model that included a hardpoint under the fuselage for a camera or fuel tank. Some were fitted with skis, rather than wheels, for landing in snowy regions.

The Storch could be found on every front throughout the war. It will probably always be most famous for its role in the rescue of deposed Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from a boulder-strewn mountaintop, surrounded by Italian troops. German commando Otto Skorzeny dropped with 90 paratroopers onto the peak and quickly captured it, but the problem remained of how to get back off. A Fa 223 helicopter was sent, but it broke down en route. Instead, pilot Walter Gerlach flew in a Storch, landed in 30 m (100 ft), took aboard Mussolini and Skorzeny, and took off again in under 80 m (250 ft), even though the plane was overloaded. The involved Storch rescuing Mussolini bore the radio code letters "SJ + LL" in motion picture coverage of the daring rescue.

A Storch was the victim of the last dog fight on the Western Front and another was fittingly downed by a direct Allied counterpart of the Storch-a Piper L-4 Grasshopper-from the L-4's crew directing their pistol fire at it. The involved Storch was the only aircraft known to have been downed by handgun fire in the entire war.

A total of about 2,900 Fi 156s, mostly Cs, were produced from 1937 to 1945. When the main Fieseler plant switched to building Bf 109s in 1943, Storch production was shifted to the Mráz factory in Czechoslovakia. A large number were also built at the captured Morane-Saulnier factory in France, starting in April 1942, as the MS.500 Criquet. Both factories continued to produce the planes after the war for local civilian markets.

During the war at least 60 Storchs were captured by the Allies, one becoming the personal aircraft of Field Marshal Montgomery.

[edit]
Operators
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechoslovakia (Post war), Finland, France (Post war), Germany, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland,


nvfr : Nein / No
cvfr : Nein / No
fifr : Nein / No
Tanks : Nein / No
ap : Nein / No
wxr : Nein / No
De Ice : Nein / No
Anti Ice : Nein / No
Druckkabinde : Nein / No
Sauerstoff : Nein / No
Sromscope : Nein / No
rnav : Nein / No
Mindestgebot : 185.000,00  EUR



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