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Wooden mock-up nose-section photo of the Ju EF.127 "Walli".

In November 1944, the aircraft was again redesignated as the Messerschmitt Me 263 to show its connection with the Me 163. The two projects also got names - the Ju 248 Flunder (Flounder) and the Me 263 Scholle (Plaice). In early 1945, Junkers proposed its own project, the EF 127 Walli rocket fighter, as a competitor to the Me 163C and Me 263. This was typical for the German war industry where companies still tried to outbid each other instead of focusing resources on a common project.

The Junkers Ju EF 127 Walli was a Further development op the Ju Ef 126 it had a Walter hwk-109-509a2 rocket engine as powerplant and it was to be used in the same way as the Bachem Natter Take off was assisted by two 1000 kp (2200 lb thrust) solid rocket boosters. It was estimated that the "Walli" could climb to 32833 ft in 75 seconds, .besides 24 panzerblitz rockets a 50mm MK would installed Speed: 512mph Max Range :412mi altitude 34760ft .one was under construction when the war ended

Junkers EF-126 was an experimental fighter proposed by the German Miniaturjägerprogramm of 1944-1945, for a cheap and simple fighter powered by a pulse jet engine. No examples were built during the war, but the Soviet Union completed a single unpowered prototype, which crashed during testing. The design of the Ju EF 126 was developed into the Junkers EF 127, a rocket-powered version.

Heinkel He 119 was an experimental single-engine monoplane developed in Germany. A private venture by Heinkel to test radical ideas by the Günter brothers, the He 119 was originally intended to act as an unarmed reconnaissance bomber capable of eluding all fighters due to its high performance.