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Me 209 and Me 209

What you call Messerschmitt Me 209A is a fighter prototype of 1943, two airframes built and despite being baptised Me 209 V5 and Me 209 V6. They shared nothing with the four first Me 209 record breaking airframes of 1938-1940 (named Messerschmitt Me 209V by this game).

LVCDC 10:33, 23 June 2014 (MDT)

Shenyang JL-1A-37

The single-seat Shenyang JL-1A-37 seems unknown (fictitious) but is close to the Hong Zhuan 503 / Shenyang JJ-1, the first Chinese indigenous jet powered aircraft of which only two airframes have flown.
Shenyang JJ-1 on Wikipedia
LVCDC (talk) 05:05, 9 April 2019 (MDT)

You're more or less right, the game claims it was a concept design, but that could be inaccurate. Here's their entry: https://worldofwarplanes.com/warplanes/china/jl-1/
Corkeyandpals (talk) 07:20, 9 April 2019 (MDT)