H-5 "KNORRLI"
H-5 "KNORRLI"

"Knorrli" and 8cm Oerlikon unguided missile

H-5 "KNORRLI" REAR
H-5 "KNORRLI" REAR

"Knorrli" and 8cm Oerlikon unguided missile

H-5 "KNORRLI" LH
H-5 "KNORRLI" LH

"Knorrli" and 8cm Oerlikon unguided missile

H-5 "KNORRLI" RH
H-5 "KNORRLI" RH

"Knorrli" and 8cm Oerlikon unguided missile

H-5 "KNORRLI" FRONT
H-5 "KNORRLI" FRONT

"Knorrli" and 8cm Oerlikon unguided missile

H-5 "KNORRLI" DETAIL
H-5 "KNORRLI" DETAIL

"Knorrli" and 8cm Oerlikon unguided missile

 

H-5  "KNORRLI"

 

This H-5 had the shell painted matt black, with the rear side sporting a painted “Knorrli”, the popular mascot of a well-known food and beverage producer.

 

Instead of the usual soup ladle, Knorrli holds an unguided Oerlikon 8 cm (8 cm Flz Rak Oe) rocket.

 

Those rockets, used on De Havilland DH-112 Venom and Hawker Hunter Mk.58, were available in two versions, fitted with anti-tank hollow charge or fragmentation warhead.  

  

 

         

 

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