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[[File:Horten_Ho_III_h_Mark_Pellegrini.jpg|thumb|300px|Center section, on display at the National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia.<ref>Mark Pellegrini Photo via Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors</ref>]]
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'''Werk Nr 31''' is a [[:Category:Horten Ho iii|Horten Ho IIIh]] flying wing sailplane
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|caption=Center section, on display at the National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia.<ref>Mark Pellegrini Photo via Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors</ref>
 
|designation=[[:Category:Horten Ho III|Horten Ho III]]
 
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=History=
 
=History=
 
This glider was built at Göttingen in 1944, with a prone-position cockpit and modified control systems. Captured by the British Combined Intelligence Objectives Subcommittee in 1945 at Rottweil, it was moved to Freeman Field, Indiana in the USA, becoming '''FE-5041.''' By 1946 it had been transferred to Northrop Corporation at Hawthorne, California along with a [[Werk Nr 32|Horten Ho IIIf]] and the Horten Ho VI V2 in 1947.<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
 
This glider was built at Göttingen in 1944, with a prone-position cockpit and modified control systems. Captured by the British Combined Intelligence Objectives Subcommittee in 1945 at Rottweil, it was moved to Freeman Field, Indiana in the USA, becoming '''FE-5041.''' By 1946 it had been transferred to Northrop Corporation at Hawthorne, California along with a [[Werk Nr 32|Horten Ho IIIf]] and the Horten Ho VI V2 in 1947.<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref>
 
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[[Category:World War 2]]
 
[[Category:Horten Ho III]]
 

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