Skoda-Kauba SK V1 / SK V2
The Austrian aeronautical engineer Otto Kauba approached the Reichsluftministerium (RLM) with a proposal for a flying-bomb early in 1942. The ministry was sufficiently interested in his ideas to assist in establishing the Skoda-Kauba design bureau in Prague, Czechoslovakia. The proposed flying-bomb layout was tested in a light monoplane, the SK V1, which was written off in a crash. Two modified aircraft, the SK V1A and SK V2, were tested before the project was abandoned in 1943.