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The Messerschmitt BF 110 was a German multi-purpose combat aircraft used during World War II. Primarily used as a heavy fighter, the BF 110 was designed in the 1930s and entered service in 1937. Approximately 6,170 were built.
The BF 110 is a medium bomber featured in the Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome expansion, available for both Italy and Germany. The plane is the equivalent to the Allied de Havilland Mosquito. It is crewed by two people; a pilot and a rear gunner. The pilot can use both machine guns and bombs.