Continuing the Focke-Wulf early jet fighter designs, the P.III is also
known as the P.II (dated December 22, 1942) in some references. It had
a straight wing with a more pronounced taper on the trailing wing edge
than the leading wing edge. The jet engine was located on top of the fuselage
just behind the cockpit (like the Heinkel 162), and exhausted over the
V-tail. A tricycle undercarriage was fitted and the armament consisted
of two MK 108 30mm cannon and either two MG 151/15 15mm machine guns or
two MG 151/20 20mm cannon.
Span: 8.2 m (26' 11.1")
Length: 9.25 m (30' 4.4")
Max. Speed: 840 km/h (522 mph)
This Focke-Wulf design is also known as the P.III or P.IV in some references.
Whereas it is somewhat similar in general layout as the above P.III, note
the different air intakes and tail assembly....