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Photograph Found among other period photos in a Junk shop in Chichester. Late war photograph of Supermarine Spirit C-Charlie of 127 Squadron not long be. C-Charlie Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Flying Vehicles, Experimental Aircraft, Chichester, Retro Futuristic, Brown Dog

C-Charlie by Small-Brown-Dog on DeviantArt

Photograph Found among other period photos in a Junk shop in Chichester. Late war photograph of Supermarine Spirit C-Charlie of 127 Squadron not long be... C-Charlie

Convair (originally designated was an early American delta wing aircraft. Originally conceived as a point-defence interceptor Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Plane And Pilot, Delta Wing, Airplane Design, Experimental Aircraft, Aircraft Design

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The Convair XF-92 was a weird plane to look at, renamed XF-92A and used as a MiG-23 in the Howard Hughes film Jet Pilot, starring John Wayne and Janet Leigh

The North American "Rapier" by Phil Brandt (Collect-Aire Resin Military Jets, Military Weapons, Military Aircraft, Plane And Pilot, Jet Plane, Aircraft Parts, Stealth Aircraft, Colani, Experimental Aircraft

The North American F-108 "Rapier" by Phil Brandt (Collect-Aire Resin 1/48)

The North American F-108 "Rapier" by Phil Brandt (Collect-Aire Resin 1/48)

Broken boomerangs: Ten forward swept wing aircraft that never were Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Aviation Magazine, F 16 Falcon, Airplane Design, Experimental Aircraft, Aircraft Design

Broken boomerangs: Ten forward swept wing aircraft that never were

Today, every aircraft that travels faster than 500 mph has a swept-back or delta wing. However, this isn’t the only solution to high-speed flight: the swept forward wing offers several advant…

Westland Pterodactyl IV Pterodactyl was the name given to a series of… Plane And Pilot, Aircraft Images, Flying Wing, Ww2 Pictures, Airplane Design, Flight Club, Experimental Aircraft, Military Humor, Aircraft Design

Westland Pterodactyl IV (1931) Pterodactyl was the name given to a series of experimental tailless aircraft designs developed by Geoffrey T. R. Hill in the 1920s and early 1930s. Pterodactyl IV Three seat cabin monoplane of 44 ft 4 in span and 19 ft 6 in length, produced in 1931. Pitch and roll control by elevons. Also a braced monoplane, the wings had variable sweep through a small range of angles, to allow longitudinal trim in flight in the absence of any horizontal stabiliser. Air…

Grumman 303/VFX Design Series Air Fighter, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Plane And Pilot, F14 Tomcat, Airplane Design, Aircraft Design, Machine Design

Flightdeck Friday: TFX – A Time for Turkeys (Part III)

Part I Part II Here was a case where McNamara, I think, expected me to keep the admirals in line. The more I looked into it, the more I became convinced that the matter had reached such an emotiona...

There are a few pictures of this experimental aircraft, shot at different angels. 13 November First flight of the Armstrong Whitworth British all-metal turbojet-powered flying wing aircraft. Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Flying Wing, Experimental Aircraft, Vintage Airplanes, Ww2 Aircraft, Aircraft Photos, Aircraft Design, Fighter Jets

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apostlesofmercy: “ The Armstrong Whitworth AW.52 prototype was a twin-jet research aircraft for a proposed flying wing airliner under development by the company. First flying on 13 November 1947 the...