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Trousers These are like skiing trousers, quite long and loose, and gray in color. They have buttoned pockets on the sides 495191 --° 42----3 26 ENEMY AIR-II(RNE, FOR(IES of the thighs, in which such articles as garrison (overseas) caps and swastika flags are kept. b. Helmet This is round in shape, and is thickly padded with rubber, with a narrow brim and practically no neck-shield. It is varnished a matt blue-gray, or mottled, color, and bears ordinary German Air Force insignia. The strap forks below the ear, and is attached to the helmet at four p)oints.
3,000 lbs ............... 1,070-830 ___..... --------------------110-140 120-150 Bomb capacity ------------------Maximum 5,000 lbs 7,500 lbs 250-190 22,000 lbs F00 120-150 230 230 Normal 4,400 lbs 10,000 lbs 2,200 Fisure 7. Table comparing the Ju-52 and the Ju-90 5)0 ENEMY AIR-BORNEI FORCES 37. RANGE AND LOAD OF GERMAN TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT The estimated range and useful load of several types of German transport aircraft are shown in the following table, loads and ranges being variable:' Transport Type Cargo Weight Maximumt Range Jut--52 (some on pontons).
A parachute rifle battalion appears to be equipped with two radio subsections for battalion-toregiment communication, and eight very high-frequency radio subsections for point-to-point communication on the general company-to-company circuit. a. Types of Radios German air-borne attack troops, during the operations at Crete, were equipped with several types of radios, but two types were most extensively used. l," which was carried in three parts, weighed about 120 pounds all told. 1" transmitter had a range of from 10 to 15 miles.