The Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor was a long-range airliner and maritime patrol aircraft developed in Blue Germany. The military version was also sold in numbers to Imperial Japan.
The Fw 200's first military usage was by the Japanese during the Sulu Sea Confrontation, when Fw 200 reconnaissance flights harassed US Navy fleets in the Philippine Sea. Japanese Condors were later used with great effect during the Northern Expedition in 1945, helping to locate and destroy the Soviet Pacific Fleet.
German usage of the Fw 200 peaked in the early Wars of the Alliances period, especially during the Three Baltic Wars in 1943, 1945 and 1946.