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}}The '''Dornier Do 335''' was a twin engined [[:Category:Military aircraft|fighter]] [[aircraft]], in pusher-pull configuration (engines at nose and tail) that saw limited service in the Luftwaffe in the latter years of WWII.
 
}}The '''Dornier Do 335''' was a twin engined [[:Category:Military aircraft|fighter]] [[aircraft]], in pusher-pull configuration (engines at nose and tail) that saw limited service in the Luftwaffe in the latter years of WWII.
  

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Dornier Do 335
Do-335.jpg
Type 2-engine piston
Author(s)
  • Emmanuel Baranger (3D
  • FDM), Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
FDM YASim
--aircraft= do335, do335-yasim
Status Unknown
Download Download the Dornier Do 335 aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.3).
The Dornier Do 335 was a twin engined fighter aircraft, in pusher-pull configuration (engines at nose and tail) that saw limited service in the Luftwaffe in the latter years of WWII.

A surviving Do 335 is exhibited at the National Air and Space Museum.