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The second design of the He P.1079 was closer to a flying wing layout, although there was a single, vertical fin which replaced the V-tail of the P.1079A. The wings were gull-shaped and were swept back at 45 degrees. This version of the P.1079B all-weather heavy fighter project was to be a single seater. Like the P.1079A, the two HeS 011 turbojets were located in the wing roots and the armament was four MK 108 30mm canon.
Span: 13 m (42' 8.2") Length: 9 m (29' 6.6") Max. Speed: 1015 km/h (630 mph)
This second design of the He P.1078 was a tailess, single-seat fighter that had a somewhat unusual cockpit arrangement. The cockpit was located in a gondola on the port side, and another gondola containing three MK 108 30mm cannon and radar was located on the starboard side. An air intake feeding the single HeS 011 turbojet was located between the two gondolas. Like the He P.1078A, the gull wings were swept back at 40 degrees.
Span: 9.43 m (30' 11.5") Length: 6.04 m (19' 10") Max. Speed: 1025 km/h (636 mph)
This was the second design (Entwurf II) for the He P.1079B all-weather heavy fighter. The wings were swept back sharply and contained six fuel tanks. Two He S 011 jet engines were located in the wing roots and were fed by intakes in the wing leading edges. A crew of two sat back-to-back in the cockpit, and armament was to be four MK 108 30mm cannon. No evidence has been found that the P.1079 projects were ever submitted to the RLM, but it is known that designer Siegfried Gьnter, along with his engineers Eichner and Hohbach, were working on these designs under U.S. supervision during the summer of 1945.
Span: 13.13m (43' 1.5") Length: 9.48 m (31' 1.5") Max. Speed: 1015 km/h (630 mph)
This cutaway drawing of the He P.1079B/II shows the location of the wing fuel tanks, engine positions and other components.....
Image from ReichDreams Dossier #15, Bats, by J. Miranda & P.Mercado
The Junkers EF.130 was designed at the same time as the Ju EF.128. This flying wing design was powered by four BMW 003 turbojets mounted side-by-side above the ventral trailing wing edge. The construction was to be of metal, with wooden outer wing sections. A small glazed pressurized cockpit was located in the extreme nose for a two or three man crew. Landing gear was to be of a retractable tricycle arrangement, and no defensive armament was known to have been fitted. A bomb load of 2950 kg (6490 lbs) was to be carried.
Span: 24 m (78' 9.6") Length: 11 m (36' 1.4") Max. Speed: 990 km/h (615 mph)