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Coveralls This garment is of waterproof gabardine, loose fitting and fastened by a zipper fastener up the front. The color is normally olive green (or gray-green), now usually mottled. The legs are cut short some distance above the knee; the sleeves are long and button at the wrist. On both sleeves are worn large-size "wings" as stripes of rank; on the right breast is the German Air Force flying eagle (Hoheitszeichen). There are two very capacious pockets on the thighs, two more on the chest, and slits at each hip; pockets are closed by zipper fasteners.
36. COMPARISON OF THE JU-52 WITH THE JU-90 The tabulation in figure 7 shows how the Ju-52 and the Ju-90 compare in a number of important particulars. The Ju-90 has two types of engines, either radial or liquid-cooled. Performances shown in the right-hand column are for the Ju-90 with liquid-cooled engines. GF]RMAN AIR-BORNE Ju-5* Ju-90 Make -. -..... Description ............ -.. -... -... -... -.. . 9-mm MG, forward Weight: Empty (including radio): Civilian passenger type.. -... Overload weight -..
The more active areas for air transport continue to be Northern France, Belgium, Holland, Northern Germany, and the Russian Front. There has I Range depends partly on speed. GETRMAN AI-BO()RNE 51 TRANSPORT been also, of course, trans-Medi;terranean traffic to and from Libya. 39. TRANSPORT OF A GERMAN AIR-BORNE DIVISION It has been mentioned above that no long training period is necessary to prepare a normal German division for use in an air-infantry operation. The preparation is more a problem of organization than one of training.