Heinkel He 111

The He 111, which was tested during the spanish civil war, was the best german heavy bomber during the first half of WW II. The Standard-Version was the He 111 H, which was used in 13 Bombergeschwadern and six further Bombergruppen. The He 111 was also used as a pathfinder plane with special radios or for attacks against sea targets. The He 111 was in service on all fronts from the Arctis to Africa and from the Atlantik to the Irak. Due to the excellent wing design the He 111 could transport torpedos, Hs 293 guided bombs and V1 rockets. With the end of the strategic bombing attacks the He 111 was used as  a transport plane or as a tug for gliders. The He 111 Z was a tug version made of two linked He 111 H-6 with five motors.
Series: B,C,D,E,F,G,H,Z,P
e.g.type: Use:
He 111 B-2 Bomber
He 111 C-01 Transport
He 111 E-1 Bomber
He 111 H-3
He 111 H-16
He 111 Z Tug for gliders (5 motors)

Data for the: He 111 H-16

Length: 16,40 m
Width: 22,60 m
Height: 4,0 m
Crew: 5
Motor: Jumo 211 F-2
Power: 2 x 1340 PS
Vmax: 435 km/h
Range: 2900 km
Ceiling: 6700 m
Armament: 1 x MG/FF
1 x MG131
3 x MG81Z
up to 3000 kg bombs

Camouflage examples

He 111 G-3; FFS(See)
He 111 H-6; 2./KG 26
He 111 H-20; I./KG 4
He 111 H-22; 1./KG 3 with mounted V1
He 111 P-2; KG 55