FS2004/FSX Heinkel He46 warbird. The He 46 of 1931 was a two-seat armed reconnaissance and army cooperation parasol-wing monoplane, powered in its production form by a 484.4kW Bramo 322B radial engine. It was one of the main types chosen for the Luftwaffe expansion program, initiated well before Germany's official announcement of the Air Force's existence. Nearly 480 He 46 were produced, remaining operational with the Luftwaffe on the Eastern Front until 1943. It also served with the Bulgarian and Hungarian Air Forces, and had previously been used by the Nationalist forces during the Spanish Civil War. Gmax by A.F. Scrub.