-Action group 1: Toggle main cannons
-Action group 2: Toggle barbettes (cannons in side pods)
-Action group 3: Toggle top cannons
History: In January of 1946, Germany had just begun to push the Allied forces back from the Fatherland. In response to the recent victories, the Luftwaffe high command demanded a new Schnellbomber to replace the Me-262 variant. Messerschmitt set to work and within a month had a flying prototype of the P.1123, with the designation being J-0. After a few test flights, all of which were incredible successes, the Luftwaffe ordered 150 of he new aircraft. Within the next few months, over 300 of the P.1123 J-1 aircraft were produced and in active service. The J-1 had a top speed of almost 800 miles per hour (1,287 km/h), making it almost impossible to catch. P.1123 J-1 aircraft are credited with destroying at least fifteen enemy aircraft (all of which being bombers) and countless numbers of tanks, armored cars, and other soft targets. Eventually it was replaced by the newer Focke-Wulf models, with the last J-1 being pulled from service in 1971.