|Standard Bf-110C, of the type encountered by members of Hornet Squadron in Piece of Cake|
|Type||Long Range Heavy Fighter|
|Engine||Two (895kW) Daimler-Benz DB601N Inverted V-12s|
|Fuel||(Total capacity) 400 gallons (1,820 litres)|
|Speed||(562km/h) at (7,000m)|
|Armament||Two 20mm Oerlikon MG FF in belly, Four 7.92mmmm MG 17 in nose, One 7.92mm MG 15 in rear cockpit plus (110C-4/B Fighter Bomber only) Four (250kg) bombs on belly racks|
|First Flight||(Prototype)12 May 1936. (C variant) After April 1938|
|Start of service||February 1938|
|End of Production|
|End of service||1945|
|Number Produced||(All versions) 6,257|
Luftwaffe standard long range fighter
The card showing the Bf-110 was the first one Moran held up during the aircraft recognition test held after the cross-country run order by The Ram.
A flight of six 110s carried out a single strafing run against Bodkin Hazel shortly after Air Commodore Bletchley arrived to inform Hornet Squadron about the change in altitude code. The attack resulted in the destruction of the squadron's reserve Hawker Hurricanes, Skull's mock-ups, the crew room and a petrol bowser, as well as damage to the portable lavatory - with Bletchley inside. 
- ↑ "Aircraft of the World Card Collection Group 12 Card 13. Published by IMP Ltd 1996/1997.
- ↑ "http://www.the-battle-of-britain.co.uk/machines/ME110.html.
- ↑ Kay, Antony and J R Smith. 2002. p246.
- ↑ Piece of Cake Page 627.
- Aircraft of the World Card Collection
- Kay, Antony and J R Smith. German Aircraft of the Second World War. 2002. Page 246.