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The Me 262 was developed from a project initiated by Messerschmitt during WWII. At first the machine was intended as a test bed for the new ship, equipped with a radial turbojet under the fuselage. The initial project was undertaken by the firm of Homberger, under contract to Messerschmitt. A prototype was completed with very little delay, including a modified wing of conventional configuration, utilizing a three-element high-lift airfoil. The aircraft was piloted by Fritz Wendel, and featured an early form of the variable-pitch, constant-speed two-stage supercharger which was to be used during the production runs. Fritz Wendel initially flew the aircraft twice on 9 February 1941. By the end of March, flight testing had shown that the three-element airfoil had a negative effect on the performance of the aircraft. Only a modified version of the two-stage supercharger was used for production.
The Mesgechmit was an ultra-fast jet fighter aircraft during WWII. It could reach supersonic speeds. Typically after leaving the runway and the acceleration in the wooden structure of the airplane gives a feeling of there are no vertical supports. During the flight this was eliminated entirely. The use of wood gives an aircraft very little in the way of stability, so the machine enters the air with a low speed, and it would soon reach the stall point. This is where the aircraft would fall rock-solid at a rate of knots. The nose pointed forwards; the cockpit and pilot were in the nose. The pilot's head was contolled with a single stick The wings were not fixed to the fuselage, but they were braced to the fuselage with struts. The tail fins were less stabile, being mounted merely by the tips of flippers, and they were braced to the fuselage with strut. The landing gear moved on rubber shock-absorbers, and they were retractabale. So the speed of the machine would ramp up to a point, but the trim of the aircraft would fall to a brick. While this was going on the machines were equipped with rate-of-climb devices which would allow the pilot to ascend at full steam ahead if he wished so to. This could be a life saver on many occasions. 7211a4ac4a