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German Ju 188 "Libelle"
The Junkers 188 was the first successful twin turboprop helicopter. It first saw action in 1946 when the German army made landfall on the US coast. And saw extensive tank hunting service in the Canadian shield.
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The German Libelle, or dragonfly. first saw action in the invasion of north america in 1946.




















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~Ian



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  July 23, 2010
very cool indeed!
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  April 22, 2010
Very good! Really like the gear and the rotor arrangement, keep it up!
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  February 5, 2010
this reminds me of the fa 223 drache just maybe a attack version. very good though.
Ian  Macdonald
Justin BG
  November 27, 2009
it looks cool,though it never existed
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  June 15, 2009
Ian we need you to command the space forces in the biggest batlle weve ever fought, the final battle against the UNE!!!
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  May 31, 2009
Hey could you check out my RT-7 Tank
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  May 21, 2009
This is awsome!!!!! The design is great, you used many parts from the Indy set.
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  May 21, 2009
Hey cool VTOL, di you get the Flying Wing set??
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  May 20, 2009
Great build you did here! Very detailed. Just one thing: Although your "Libelle" is setted in an alternative history, you should change the name. Ju 188 was a German bomber. I propose a name based on Achgelis or Flettner, who were German helicopter pioneers.
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  May 20, 2009
Really nice build. Like the colors, and the design look fabulous. Great work.
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  May 20, 2009
This is very nice, great use of the indy set, good job
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  May 20, 2009
Awesome! Cool design! Can you check my newest creation please? Thanks!
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  May 20, 2009
Quoting Dax Olesa Is this made entirely out of pieces from the flying wing?
Its actually made from pieces of the jungle cutter, the flying wing, the clone turbo tank, arc 170 star fighter and the Brazilian north santa fe.
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  May 20, 2009
Is this made entirely out of pieces from the flying wing?
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  May 20, 2009
More German-Punk I see. Very nice.
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  May 20, 2009
If it's German, then why does it have decals with Russian lettering... nevermind. This is a much better use of the Indiana Jones Flying Wing cockpit than the original set's, and I like the engines a lot as well. The retractable landing gear design you used looks a lot like one that I use a lot, but more compact than I ever managed. Nice work!
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  May 20, 2009
i was unaware that germany invaded north America after WWII ended.
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  May 20, 2009
Wow, again great job with VTOL engines! The shape is really nice!
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  May 19, 2009
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great Ack, meant flying wing, not flying win. Though I bet you could build a flying win as well as a flying wing...
That sounds like a challenge.
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  May 19, 2009
Wow, that is sweet.
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  May 19, 2009
Ack, meant flying wing, not flying win. Though I bet you could build a flying win as well as a flying wing...
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  May 19, 2009
Please, you have to build the Horten 229 next... If you can build something like this and win, you can build a flying win and win.
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  May 19, 2009
Wow dude. This is amazing!! I like your use of dark green.
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  May 19, 2009
Quoting Flux Harbrin Sweet! Is this based off of something in a game?
It origonally was going to be a vertibird but I changed it.
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  May 19, 2009
Sweet! Is this based off of something in a game?
 
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