FW Super Lorin  3 view           Very little is known about this project, which was designed around the same time as the Focke-Wulf Fw Ta 283 . Designed by Dipl.-Ing. von Halen, the "Super Lorin" featured sharply swept back wings which were mounted mid-fuselage. There were two ramjets mounted at the tips of the swept back tailplanes, this was thought to minimize airflow disturbance. Since ramjets do not begin to operate until a speed of approximately 240 km/h (149 mph) is reached, some method was needed to accelerate the aircraft until the ramjets could begin operating. This was to be achieved by the use of rocket engines, either solid or liquid fueled. The landing gear was to be a tricycle arrangement, and armament would have been two MK 108 30mm cannon. 

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                         Span: 7.6 m (24' 11.3")                   Length: 11.6 m (38' 1")                      Max. Speed: Unknown