Focke-Wulf Fw 190F Series
The Focke-Wulf 190F series was developed as close support (fighter bomber) aircraft. Distinguished by it's bulged canopy, the F was able to carry a wealth of weapons, often with special Rustsazs conversion kits, but had internal armament of only two MG151 cannon and two fuselage machine guns which, in this F-9 model, were of the heavy MG131 type (hence the bulges ahead of the windscreen). The Focke-Wulf 190F series of aircraft spearheaded whatever offensive capability remained to the Luftwaffe in the closing year of the war. Source: Aircraft of World War 2 Published by Octopus Books.