The Heinkel He-112 was an unsuccessful pre-war German monoplane fighter, competing for orders with the Bf 109. However it entered rocketry history when tests were conducted with rocket engines.
Engines: 1 * 680hp Junkers Jumo 210Da
Wing Span: 11.50m Length: 9.00m Height: 3.70m Wing Area: 23.20m2
Empty Weight: 1680kg
Speed: 488km/h Ceiling: 8000m
First static tests of Heinkel He-112 with rocket engines performed in Germany.
Single-engine Heinkel (He-112) with Junker 650-pound thrust, liquid-fuel rocket motor successfully flown at Neuhardenberg, Germany, Capt. Erich Warsitz as pilot.