Formed 1942. Made several experimental types, notably FW-5 ("The Wing"), having center section built integrally with the fuselage (not to be confused with the more famous Northrop "flying wing" of 1947), and a low-wing monoplane in which a tubular steel spar formed the fuel tank. Latter type revived after the war as E.F.100 Winglet.

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