3 decal variants:
1. DFS 230 C, Luftwaffe "Unternehmen Rösselsprung", Yug., May 1944
2. DFS 230 C, Luftwaffe, Operation Vassieux-V, France, July 1944
3. DFS 230 C, Luftwaffe, Sonderkommando Dora, North Africa 1942
In addition to the pilot, the DFS-230 glider had room for nine men who sat close together on a narrow bench located in the middle of the fuselage (half facing port, half facing starboard). Entry and exit to the cramped interior was by a single side door. The front passenger could operate its only armament, a machine gun. It was an assault glider, designed to land directly on top of its target, so it was equipped with a parachute brake. This allowed the glider to approach its target in a dive at an angle of eighty degrees and land within 20 metres (60 ft) of its target. It could carry up to 1,200 kg (2,600 lb) of cargo.