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Convair | File:Convair XB-46 061023-F-1234S-020.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

Convair | File:Convair XB-46 061023-F-1234S-020.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

https://flic.kr/p/acXwpz | Curtiss XP-60c

Curtiss The Curtiss was the final propeller-driven fighter built by its manufacturer and the second largest single-seat fighter of orthodox.

The M.39B Libellula was a WW II tandem wing experimental aircraft built by Miles Aircraft; a scale version of the M.39 design proposed by Miles to meet Air Ministry specification B.11/41 for a fast bomber. The M.39B was used by Miles to generate data from which the M.39 design was improved but the M.39 project was cancelled and the M.39B broken up. Wikipedia

TOUCH cette image: On this day in Aviation 22 July 1943 by Francois Vebr

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The "Wingless Plane" that ultimately sent Bill Horton to prison for stock fraud. story at click. (No relation to the German Horten brothers, of the famous Flying Wing)

Bristol 188

Bristol 188 was a British supersonic research aircraft built by the…

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I want my flying car! Verticraft Verticar, wingless VTOL transport with an airfoil-shaped fuselage dating from Designed by Alexander Krivka, whose Verticraft Corporation was based out of Northridge, California

Doak VZ-4 (or Doak Model 16) (1958) was an American prototype Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) aircraft built in the 1950s for service in the United States Army. Only a single prototype was built, and the U.S. Army withdrew it from active trials in 1963

Doak (or Doak Model was an American prototype Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) aircraft built in the for service in the United States Army. Only a single prototype was built, and the U. Army withdrew it from active trials in 1963

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