RMI / Repülő Muszaki Intézet RMI-2 / Varga X/G Honvéd
The aircraft was a proposed dive-bomber training aircraft:
"In 1940, it became clear that to fulfill all the requirements of the RHAF[Royal Hungarian Air Force], the supply from abroad would be insufficient and a government-run design office, the Aerotechnical Institute, was established...
...The RHAF had a constant shortage of secondary and advanced trainers. Using the WM 21 for these purposes was very expensive considering the aircraft's fuel consumption, especially in a country struggling with a fuel shortage.
A 1943 twin-engined crew trainer of mixed construction (wooden wings, steel tube fuselage structure). The prototype was completed in early 1943, and it was awaiting military trials that would determine if serial production would be undertaken when it was burned in a hangar during an American bombing attack on 13 April 1944.
Engines: 2 x 240 hp Argus As.10C
Empty weight: 2,300 kg
T/O weight: 2,900 kg
Maximum speed: 275 km/h
Range: 600 km
Ceiling: 6,000 m