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Junkers Ju 87C

Stuka Dive Bomber

Junkers Ju 87C Stuka Dive Bomber

Service Data

In Service: 17 March 1938 to 1945

Production Data

First Flight: 17 March 1938
Manufacturer: Junkers
Number built: 6,500 all Variants

Technical Data

Type: Dive bomber

Crew: 2 men
Length: 11 m
Wingspan: 13.8 m
Wing area: 31.9 m²
Height: 3.9 m
Empty: kg
Loaded: 5,300 kg
Engine: 1 × Junkers Jumo 211A 12 cylinder supercharged liquid cooled 60 degree inverted Vee piston engine producing up to 1,100 hp
Maximum speed: 133 km/h
Range: km
Service ceiling: m
2 × 7.92 mm MG 17 machine guns in wings
1 × 7.92 mm MG 15 machine gun in rear cockpit
1 × Torpedo beneath fuselage
Operators: Luftwaffe, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Romania
Ju 87A

Ju 87B

Ju 87 V-10
Ju 87 V-11
Ju 87C
Ju 87 C-0
Ju 87 C-1
Ju 87D

Ju 87G
Ju 87H
Ju 87R

Other: Bombers



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