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Ill fated British TSR2 prototype on a rare outing on the tarmac, from the Cold War display at the RAF Cosford Museum.

Ill fated British prototype on a rare outing on the tarmac, from the Cold War display at the RAF Cosford Museum. Love to have seen this fly.

Fairchild XC-120-9 Pack plane, first flown 11 Aug. 1950

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Northrop XP-56 Black Bullet (1943) was a unique prototype fighter interceptor…

Northrop Black Bullet - a unique prototype fighter interceptor, 1943

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Chinese Stealth Tech- many think China borrowed fighter technology. I also think it would be foolish not to use proven ideas. Plus if your designs can be taken the only main advantages are strategy and training. This where the majors have the edge.

North American A-51 ''Stallion'' by Bispro -- When World War II ended, the venerable wartime North American Aviation P-51 Mustang spawned the twin-fuselage F-82 Twin Mustang. But history almost forgot the way the F-82 was in turn reworked in the form of a twin-boom, high tail attack plane, the A-51 Stallion, sort of a cross between a P-38 Lightning and NAA's later Bronco.

When World War II ended, the venerable wartime North American Aviation Mustang spawned the twin-fuselage Twin Mustang. But history almost forg.

Giant flying aircraft carrier concept from Grover Loening. Art by Mike Ramus.

Giant flying aircraft carrier concept from Grover Loening. Art by Mike Ramus.

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