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With the G variant, the aging airframe of the Ju 87 found new life as an anti-tank aircraft. This was the final operational version of the Stuka, and was deployed on the Eastern Front.
  
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The two 37 mm (1.46 in) cannons were mounted in under-wing gun pods, each loaded with two six-round magazines of armour-piercing tungsten carbide-cored ammunition. With these weapons, the Kanonenvogel ("cannon-bird"), as it was nicknamed, proved spectacularly successful in the hands of Stuka aces
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Revision as of 13:16, 12 July 2014

This aircraft page is in two sections:
World War II aircraft
Ju 87G-2
Ju 87G-2
Type Attacker
Country of origin Germany
Manufacturer Junkers
Crew Two crew
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The Ju 87G-2 in World War II

Development

With the G variant, the aging airframe of the Ju 87 found new life as an anti-tank aircraft. This was the final operational version of the Stuka, and was deployed on the Eastern Front.

The two 37 mm (1.46 in) cannons were mounted in under-wing gun pods, each loaded with two six-round magazines of armour-piercing tungsten carbide-cored ammunition. With these weapons, the Kanonenvogel ("cannon-bird"), as it was nicknamed, proved spectacularly successful in the hands of Stuka aces

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Unit Deployment

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Aces High II aircraft
Ju 87G-2
Type Dive Bomber
Country of origin Germany
Aces High II loadout options
Package 1 2X 37mm BK 37 12 rpg
2X 7.9mm MG 81 75 rpg (defensive rear)
Aces High II Main Arenas
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The Ju 87G-2 in Aces High II

Engine Power

Aces High II Performance Charts

In Game Test Data
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JU 87-G2 speed chart JU 87-G2 climb chart

Firepower

Maneuverability

Fighting in the Ju 87G-2

Fighting against the Ju 87G-2

External Links