Junkers EF 127

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The Junkers EF 127 was a rocket powered fighter aircraft designed by the Third Reich as a part of the Emergency Fighter Program in the closing year of World War II. The project was codenamed "Walli". The EF 127 was a heavily redesigned version of the Junkers EF 126. The propulsion for the aircraft was a liquid-propellant rocket designed by the Walter company.[1]

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  1. ^ Albrect, Ulrich (2003). Monika Renneberg, Mark Walker (ed.). Science, Technology, and National Socialism. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0521528603.