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Fieseler Fi 256

The Fieseler Fi 256 was a five-seat version of the Fi 156 Storch, built in prototype form by Morane Saulnier in France. Two prototypes, V1 and V2, were built, powered by the Argus As 10P engine. Work on the Fi 256 was cancelled and reinstated at least once, and the aircraft were tested in Germany during 1942, but eventually the project was abandoned.


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Feb 01, 2020 #51 2020-02-01T17:28

Nice job, William. And you succesfully explored new approches, so you must feel happy with the build. I agree with andrew, the fi-256 is a graceful aircraft
Cheers
Luigi


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Feb 01, 2020 #52 2020-02-01T22:38

Well, without all those obstacles you wouldn´t have another addition to your Storch family!

As the old saying goes: Per ardua ad (another) aspera. or something like that?

Feb 02, 2020 #53 2020-02-02T06:54

Feb 02, 2020 #54 2020-02-02T19:51

I have been thinking of investing in a good jig, you know, not a primitive one consisting of old audio tapes and Humbrol tins

Isn't it ironic I have come to this conclusion at the very end of the High Strutters group build ?

William De Coster / Belgium / Plastic Stories / Plastic Gatherings

Just like the perfect woman doesn't exist, I will never build a perfect model.
Puts me on a par with God


Airplanes in the skies + FAF history

Suomen ilmavoimat tilasi kaksi Fi 156K-1-konetta 31. joulukuuta 1938 ja ne toimitettiin Suomeen toukokuussa 1939. Rekisteritunnuksilla ST-112 ja ST-113 varustetut koneet toimivat esikuntien yhteiskoneina. ST-113 vaurioitui 26. lokakuuta 1944, ja se poistettiin 2. joulukuuta samana vuonna.

ST-112 toimi ilmavoimissa vuoteen 1960 asti. Kone huutokaupattiin ja sen osti lahtelainen Oswald Stanley. Se siirtyi 4. heinäkuuta 1960 siviilirekisteriin tunnuksella OH-VSF. Koneen kotikentäksi tuli Vesivehmaan lentokenttä, jossa sitä käytettiin Lahden Ilmailukerhon toimintaan muun muassa purjelentokoneiden hinaukseen, yleisölennätyksiin ja ilmavalokuvaukseen.

Usein talvisin, varustettuna suksilla, kone oli Vesijärven Kahvisaaren kupeessa valmiina yleisölennätyksiin Lahden kaupungin yllä.

Kone rekisteröitiin 20. lokakuuta 1964 dragsfjärdiläiselle Göran Hollstenille rekisteritunnuksella OH-FSA. Koneen omisti 7. marraskuuta 1969 – 29. joulukuuta 1971 Wihuri-yhtymä Oy Lentohuolto Helsingissä, jonka jälkeen kone poistettiin rekisteristä.

Vuonna 1973 se siirtyi Ilmailumuseoyhdistys ry:lle Vantaalle.
Kone on näytteillä Suomen ilmailumuseossa.


Yleiset ominaisuudet.
Miehistö: 3
Moottori: Ilmajäähdytteinen, V8-sylinterinen, 240 hv Argus As 10-mäntämoottori.
Pituus: 9,9 m
Korkeus: 3,05 m
Kärkiväli: 14,25 m
Siipipinta-ala: 26 m²
Tyhjäpaino: 930 kg
Lentopaino: 1 260 kg
Maksimipaino: 1 325 kg
Lentonopeus: 43� km/h
Lakikorkeus: 4 600 m
Toimintasäde: 385 km
Lievässä vastatuulessa lentoonlähtömatka 40 m ja laskumatka 15 m.
Koneen etureuna- ja jättöreunalaipat olivat aikaansa nähden erinomaiset.
Koneen siivet voitiin kuljetusta varten taittaa taaksepäin runkoa vasten.
Koneen laskutelineen pyörät voitiin talvella korvata suksilla.

Laskutelineitten varret oli varustettu öljy- ja jousi-iskunvaimentimilla ja niissä oli noin 450 mm joustovara.


The Fieseler Fi 156 Storch (English: Stork) was a small German liaison aircraft built by Fieseler before and during World War II. Production continued in other countries into the 1950s for the private market. It remains famous to this day for its excellent STOL performance French-built later variants often appear at air shows.

In 1935, the RLM (Reichsluftfahrtministerium, Reich Aviation Ministry) invited tenders from several companies for a new Luftwaffe aircraft suitable for liaison, army co-operation (today called forward air control), and medical evacuation. This resulted in the Messerschmitt Bf 163 and Siebel Si 201 competing against the Fieseler firm's tender. Conceived by chief designer Reinhold Mewes and technical director Erich Bachem, Fieseler's design had a far better short take off and landing ("STOL") performance. A fixed slat ran along the entire length of the leading edge of the long wings, while a hinged and slotted flap ran along the entire length of trailing edge. This was inspired by earlier 1930s Junkers "double-wing" aircraft wing control surface designs, including the ailerons.

Fi 156 in flight

A design feature rare for land-based aircraft, enabled the wings on the Storch to be folded back along the fuselage in a manner similar to the wings of the US Navy's Grumman F4F Wildcat fighter. This allowed the aircraft to be carried on a trailer or even towed slowly behind a vehicle. The primary hinge for the folding wing was located in the wing root, where the rear wing spar met the cabin. The long legs of the main landing gear contained oil-and-spring shock absorbers that had a travel of 450 mm (18 inches), allowing the aircraft to land on comparatively rough and uneven surfaces. In flight, the landing gear legs hung down, giving the aircraft the appearance of a long-legged, big-winged bird, hence its nickname, Storch. With its very low landing speed the Storch often appeared to land vertically, or even backwards, in strong winds from directly ahead.

About 2,900 Fi 156s, mostly Cs, were produced from 1937 to 1945 at the Fieseler Factory in Kassel. In 1942, production started in the Morane-Saulnier factory at Puteaux in France. Due to the demand for Fieseler as a subcontractor for building the Bf 109 and the Fw 190, Storch production was shifted to the Leichtbau Budweis in Budweis in 1943.


Role: Reconnaissance & communications
Manufacturer: Fieseler, Morane-Saulnier
Designer: Gerhard Fieseler, Reinhold Mewes, Erich Bachem
First flight: 24 May 1936
Retired:Germany: 1945
France: 1970
Primary users: Luftwaffe
Myös: Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre ja Armée de l'Air
Produced: 1937� (1965 for the MS 500)
Number built: Over 2,900


Operational history

During World War II

The Storch was deployed in all European and North African theaters of World War II. In addition to its liaison function, a number were used to fly a battalion of Infantry Regiment Grossdeutschland behind enemy lines during the invasion of Belgium.

Field Marshal Rommel used Storch aircraft for transport and battlefield surveillance during the North African desert campaign of World War II.

In 1943, the Storch played a role in Operation Eiche, the rescue of deposed Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from a boulder-strewn mountain-top near the Gran Sasso. Even though the mountain was surrounded by Italian troops, German commando Otto Skorzeny and 90 paratroopers used gliders to land on the peak and quickly captured it. However, the problem of how to get back off remained. A Focke-Achgelis Fa 223 helicopter was sent, but it broke down en route. Instead, pilot Heinrich Gerlach flew in a Storch. It landed in 30 m (100 ft), and after Mussolini and Skorzeny boarded, it took off in 80 m (250 ft), even though the aircraft was overloaded. The Storch involved in rescuing Mussolini bore the radio code letters, or Stammkennzeichen, of "SJ + LL" [9] in the motion picture coverage of the daring rescue.

On 26 April 1945, a Storch was one of the last aircraft to land on the improvised airstrip in the Tiergarten near the Brandenburg Gate during the Battle of Berlin and the death throes of the Third Reich. It was flown by the test pilot Hanna Reitsch, who flew Generalfeldmarschall Robert Ritter von Greim from Munich to Berlin to answer a summons from Hitler. [10]

A Storch was the last aircraft shot down by the Allies on the Western Front and another was downed by a direct Allied counterpart of the Storch, an L-4 Grasshopper, the military version of the well-known American Piper J-3 Cub civilian training and sport aircraft. The pilot and co-pilot of the L-4, lieutenants Duane Francis and Bill Martin, opened fire on the Storch with their .45 caliber pistols, forcing the German air crew to land and surrender. [11]

During the war a number of Störche were captured by the Allies. One became the personal aircraft of Field Marshal Montgomery. Others were used as the personal aircraft of Air Vice Marshal Arthur Coningham and Air Vice Marshal Harry Broadhurst, who acquired his Storch in North Africa, and flew it subsequently in Italy and North-West Europe.

The British captured 145, of which 64 were given to the French as war compensation from Germany.

Post World War II

The French Air Force (Armée de l'Air) and the French Army Light Aviation (Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre) used the Criquet from 1945 to 1958 throughout the Indochina War and the Algerian War. The Swiss Air Force and other mountainous European countries continued to use the Storch for rescues in terrain where STOL performance was necessary, as with the historically significant Gauli Glacier crash rescue in November 1946, as a pair of Flugwaffe-flown Storches were the sole means to get its twelve survivors to safety. After World War II, Storch aircraft were used in utility roles including agricultural spraying. Many Storches are still operational today and are commonly shown at air shows. In North America, both the Collings Foundation and the Fantasy of Flight museum have airworthy Fi 156 Storch aircraft in their collections.


Nov 13, 2019 #1 2019-11-13T22:57

Time for yet another project

. which I discovered at the recent Belgian Nationals

For one reason or another this show is called Plastic & Steel

Plastic & Steel 2019

Affligem, 15 miles west of Brussels

. or re-visit (since this is the same show report as in my recent Storchski posts)

So after having built two Storches

I thought it was time for something completely different

It's been a time since we had fun with a resin kit

The contents was neatly packed

The kit came even with decals

But I started with a primer

Now it was easier to see how "rough" things looked like

The kit came with only one vac canopy

Let's get this out of the way

. then I don't have to bother about the rest

But the modelling gods were on my side

A little fine tuning/sanding was still needed.

The front end looked better

Putting the instrument panel in place

. to see if things still fit

The rear part was still sitting a little too high

Some more careful sanding was needed

Now we can continue with the rest

. while the documentation is winging its way to me

Thank you all again for your interest and support

Have a great end of the week !

William De Coster / Belgium / Plastic Stories / Plastic Gatherings

Just like the perfect woman doesn't exist, I will never build a perfect model.
Puts me on a par with God

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Fieseler Fi 256 - History

On 26 April 1945, a Storch was one of the last aircraft to land on the improvised airstrip in the Tiergarten near the Brandenburg Gate during the Battle of Berlin and the death throes of the Third Reich. It was flown by the test pilot Hanna Reitsch, who flew Generalfeldmarschall Robert Ritter von Greim from Munich to Berlin to answer a summons from Hitler.


Fieseler Fi 156 Storch
[Source: Bundesarchiv]

Field Marshal Rommel used Storch aircraft for transport and battlefield surveillance during the North African desert campaign of World War II.

During the war a number of Störche were captured by the Allies. One became the personal aircraft of Field Marshal Montgomery. Others were used as the personal aircraft of Air Vice Marshal Arthur Coningham and Air Vice Marshal Harry Broadhurst, who acquired his Storch in North Africa, and flew it subsequently in Italy and North-West Europe.

The British captured 145, of which 64 were given to the French as war compensation from Germany.

Post World War II
The French Air Force (Armée de l'Air) and the French Army Light Aviation (Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre) used the Criquet from 1945 to 1958 throughout the Indochina War and the Algerian War. The Swiss Air Force and other mountainous European countries continued to use the Storch for rescues in terrain where STOL performance was necessary, as with the historically significant Gauli Glacier crash rescue in November 1946, as a pair of Flugwaffe-flown Storches were the sole means to get its twelve survivors to safety. After World War II, Storch aircraft were used in utility roles including agricultural spraying. Many Storches are still operational today and are commonly shown at air shows. In North America, both the Collings Foundation and the Fantasy of Flight museum have airworthy Fi 156 Storch aircraft in their collections.


Other languages

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Compania a fost fondată în Kassel la 1 aprilie 1930 de renumitul pilot din primul război mondial și as al acrobației, Gerhard Fieseler. Acesta a cumpărat fabrica de planoare Segelflugzeugbau din Kassel pe care a redenumit-o Fieseler Flugzeugbau, unde începe producția de avioane sportive.

La început, Fieseler a proiectat și produs planoare pentru piloți renumiți din Germania, cum ar fi Musterle pentru pilotul Wolf Hirth și Wien și Austria pentru Robert Kronfeld, care timp de mai mulți ani, a fost cel mai mare planor construit vreodată.

În 1933, producția de aeronave sportive este mutată de la Ihringshausen la Bettenhausen în halele unei foste fabrici de muniții.

În anul 1934, Fiesler câștigă Campionatul Mondial de Acrobație Aviatică cu avionul F2 Tiger, construit la uzinele Fiesler.

Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM, Ministerul Aerului) a prezentat un caiet de sarcini în anul 1934 pentru un avion destinat recunoașterii aeriene, legăturii între diferite comandamente ale armatei sau la evacuarea răniților și dezvoltarea unui avion bombardier în picaj (Junkers Ju 87 - „Stuka”). Un an mai târziu este lansată producția avionului cu decolare și aterizare scurtă (STOL) Fieseler Fi 156 Storch, din care au fost produse peste 3 000 în cel de-al doilea război mondial.

În anul 1938, Fieseler Flugzeugbau primește distincția de companie model național-socialistă (NS-Musterbetrieb). La 1 aprilie 1939, firma este redenumită Gerhard Fieseler Werke GmbH.

RLM, Ministerul Aerului, înaintează în iunie 1942 o nouă comandă pentru dezvoltarea unui proiectil în formă de avion (Ferngeschoss in Flugzeugform). Racheta este proiectată de inginerul Robert Lasser sub numele tehnic de Fieseler FZG-76, cunoscută sub denumirea de Vergeltungswaffe (arma răzbunării V-1).

Halele de producție Fiesler sunt puternic bombardate la 28 iulie 1943 de către aviația americană, și de Royal Air Force la 22 octobre 1943. Un nou raid al aviației americane în 19 aprilie 1944, distrug o mare parte a fabricii.

În anul 1947, forțele militare aliate încep desființarea uzinelor Fieseler, ca parte a planului de dezmembrare a complexului militar-industrial german. [1]


Trevor Matthews

Published by Lashenden Air Warfare Museum. Headcorn Aerodrome, Kent (2019)

From: East Kent Academic (Bridge, Canterbury, KENT, United Kingdom)

About this Item: Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. The story of the reconstruction of a piloted V1 Flying Bomb captured by the Americans in April 1945 and taken to the UK that year. Acquired by the museum in 1970, restoration began in Geisenhausen, near Munich, in 2007 and the restored weapon was put on display in the museum in 2019. Only five other surviving Fi103R-4s in the world. 12 pages. Seller Inventory # 1286


Fieseler Flugzeugbau Kassel засновано 1 квітня 1930 німецьким асом Першої світової війни і чемпіона з вищого пілотажу Герхардом Фізелером (нім. Gerhard Fieseler, * 15 квітня 1896, Glesch, Берггайм (Північний Рейн-Вестфалія) † 1 вересня 1987, Кассель) [2] . До цього, Фізелер був менеджером на підприємстві Рааб-Катценштайн (нім. Raab-Katzenstein-Flugzeugwerke, у 1920-х роках німецький виробник літаків), проте, коли компанія збанкрутувала, він купив завод планерів в Касселі та швидко перепрофілював його для будівництва спортивних літаків, продовжуючи виробляти, також, і планери. Від 1 квітня 1939 назву компанії змінено на Gerhard-Fieseler-Werke GmbH (GFW).

У 1934 компанія стала відомою, коли Герхард Фізелер виграв Чемпіонат світу з Вищого пілотажу на літаку F2 Tiger, що побудувало його підприємство. Далі — вельми вдалий F5, що був визнаний класичним спортивним літаком.

Проте найбільший успіх підприємству приніс 1936, коли її машина виграла тендер у боротьбі з компаніями Messerschmitt (Bf 163) і Siebel Flugzeugwerke (Siebel Si 201) за новий літак спостереження і зв'язку для Люфтваффе. Пропозиція компанії — концепція «Літака короткого злету і посадки», виявилася найкращою [3] — так з'явився багатоцільовий Fieseler Fi 156 Storch (укр. Лелека). Головними творцями літака стали: Герхард Фізелер — керівник проекту, начальник конструкторського бюро Райнгольд Мевес (нім. Reinhold Mewes), Віктор Маугш (нім. Viktor Maugsch), Герман Вінтер (нім. Herman Winter) [4] і технічний директор компанії Еріх Бахем (нім. Erich Bachem), за аеродинаміку відповідав доктор Зігурд Хернер (нім. Sigurd Hoerner) [2] . Компанією за часи Другої світової війни вироблено 2867 цих машин.

У 1941 проект безпілотних літаючих бомб привернув увагу RLM, яке 5 червня 1942 дало компанії відповідне доручення. У виробництво виріб пішов як Fieseler Fi 103 (також FZG 76 нім. Flakzielgerät) — некерована ракета «земля-земля», більш відома як Фау-1, конструктор Роберт Луссьер [de] (нім. Robert Lusser).

На Fieseler у воєнний час було налагоджено виробництво за ліцензією також літаків інших фірм, включаючи Messerschmitt Bf 109 (1071 шт) і Focke-Wulf Fw 190 (2240 шт). Завод був ціллю багатьох повітряних нальотів союзників, проте продовжував виробництво протягом всієї війни. Найбільше, підприємство потерпало від бомбардувань 28 липня 1943 та 22 жовтня 1943, а 19 квітня 1944 відновлений Fieselerwerke знову було пошкоджено бомбардуванням ВПС США.

Під час війни підприємство збудувало для своїх робітників селище Forstfeld, в тому числі і тих, що працювали примусово.

29 березня 1944, під тиском керівників авіаційної промисловості, Герхард Фізелер продав своє підприємство та був змушений піти з посади директора, оскільки число випущених літаків було нижче ніж запланованого.

Після війни завод працював з обмеженою потужністю протягом декількох років, виробляючи автомобільні запчастини. Найвідоміша продукція Fieseler — Fieseler Fi 156 Storch та Фау-1, продовжували вироблятися іноземними компаніями.

15 жовтня 1947 військова окупаційна влада оголосила про те, що Fieseler демонтують, а обладнання піде в рахунок виплат репарацій.

На сьогоднішній день, назва вулиці Am Fieseler в Лофельдені, на місці розташування колишньої компанії, нагадує про минуле.


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The fast mobile processor can rapidly switch between apps and tasks, giving you the power to multitask.


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