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Post with 483 views. Northrop's "Flying Wing" heavy bomber the XB-35 in flight in 1946. An early forerunner of the company's B-2 Spirit stealth bomber, the project was terminated due to technical problems with the design's stability in the air. [1247x562]

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The very rare captured Payen Pa22 with Luftwaffe markings at the Villacoublay. Air Base, France. 1942. The Payen PA-22 was a French experimental aircraft designed by Nicolas Roland Payen. The aircraft had an unconventional design: it had a set of delta wings, in front of which were a set of short conventional wings. It had a fixed front landing gear and the cockpit was further back than usual. In 1943 an Allied air raid on Juvisy railway yard also struck the its factory, destroying the PA 22. Aircraft Design, Landing Gear, Military Jets, Experimental Aircraft, Fighter Planes, Wwii Fighter Planes, Fighter Jets, Wwii Plane, Air Force Aircraft

The very rare captured Payen Pa22 with Luftwaffe markings at the Villacoublay. Air Base, France. 1942. The Payen PA-22 was a French experimental aircraft designed by Nicolas Roland Payen. The aircraft had an unconventional design: it had a set of delta wings, in front of which were a set of short conventional wings. It had a fixed front landing gear and the cockpit was further back than usual. In 1943 an Allied air raid on Juvisy railway yard also struck the its factory, destroying the PA…

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odd aircraft | Strange Aircraft: Boeing Vertol XCH-62 | diseno-art.com. This was a fuselage prototype for Boeing's heavy-lift version of the Chinook. I don't think it was ever produced. Military Helicopter, Fighter Jets, Fighter Planes, Jet Plane, Air Force, Aircraft Design, Helicopter, Carros, Fighter

The Boeing Vertol XCH-62 was a prototype heavy-lift helicopter which never really took off. Either figuratively or literally. It was designed for the US Army in the early ’70s. Mainly because the US military were a little envious of the Soviet heavy-lift helicopters – such as the Mil Mi-26 – which could carry a considerably ...Continue reading ‘Strange Aircraft: Boeing Vertol XCH-62’ »

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Hans Dorsch