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X-3 Stiletto

Douglas X-3 Stiletto

Douglas X-3 «Stiletto» был построен для исследования конструкционных особенностей, которые необходимы самолёту для полёта на сверхзвуковых скоростях ...

The first X-1 flight occurred in January 1946, with test pilots taking it on ten glide flights. Powered testing began in September, but the cautious pace of ...

Douglas F5D Skylancer

During the latter half of the Second World War, both the US and Britain were working on parallel projects to break the sound barrier in level flight .

North American XB-70 Valkyrie. Plane No. 2 and a chase plane collided during testing and both crashed. 2 test pilots were killed.

Douglas F4D Skyray, in U.S. Marines livery

Remote: The HiMAT (Highly Maneuverable Aircraft Technology) experimental aircraft built by Rockwell in

October 15, 1952: First flight of the of the Douglas X-3 Stiletto

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The X-5 in flight. Some of the detail of the sliding wing root fairing can be seen. NACA photo

NASA X-Planes | Douglas X-3 Stiletto Military Jets, Military Aircraft,

(USAF Photos)


Both X-5 prototypes would take flight in June 1951, flying with NACA. The results of testing were mixed. The changing sweep did validate predictions about ...

An error occurred.

... the pilot glided the airplane to earth for a landing. The X-1B made its last flight in January 1958, and it was transferred to the NMUSAF a year later.

Wingless: M2-F1 lifting body in towed flight, it was the first of

A multiple exposure photo showing the X-5's three wing sweep positions. NACA photo

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'Dyna-Soar' pilots!

X-4 number two after instrumentation installation at the High Speed Flight Station. The yaw sensing vane can be seen under the nose boom. NACA photo

The McDonell Douglas X-36 aircraft, scale model



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Wings Across Canada - An Illustrated History of Canadian Aviation

(Master Sgt. David Richards, USAF Photo)



X-3 Stiletto by David Vanderhoof.

From the beginning, Langley engineers devised technologies for safer, higher, farther and faster air travel. Top-tier talent was hired.

Revell Douglas X-3 Flying Stiletto and Tractor - Finished


(Ken LaRock, USAF Photos)

X-3-Twin Stiletto Us Military Aircraft, Airplane Design, Experimental Aircraft,

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X-3 Stiletto in the R&D hangar of the National Museum of the United States Air Force


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Jodi Bromer, #AvGeek, EMS pilot.

Is it a spaceship or a plane? The X-48B Blended Wing Body aircraft

... XV-3 was moved to the Bell Helicopter Textron facility at Arlington, Texas, where a group of current and retired Bell engineers restored the aircraft.

Douglas X-3 Stiletto, pointy thing's don't go faster without more engines. (Far+B9+P Dynamic's) : KerbalSpaceProgram

Part of the High Speed Flight Station's stable of experimental research airplanes in 1953. Clockwise from left: Bell X-1A, Douglas D-558-I Skystreak #3, ...

TODAY IN HISTORY: U.S. Air Force test pilot Chuck Yeager broke…


Dragon Wings 51035 Plastic Model Douglas X-3 Stiletto Scale 1:144 Ready Made

North American X-15 (1959) was a hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft operated by the United States Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space ...

One of the coolest-looking airplanes ever: the X-3 Stiletto.


X-69 CargoSat Space-Plane for LEO deliveries Introduction: It is quite often ...

Bristol 188 - Bristol 188 at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford

Props: The Vought V-173 built in 1942 for the US Navy. The

(NMUSAF Photo)

Three-view drawing of the Bell X-5. NACA drawing

It was a foregone conclusion that once foreign regulatory agencies began prohibition of the B-737 Max that both Boeing and the ...


Usaf F-86d Sabre Jet Lindberg 1:48 Scale Plastic Kit Model Airplane from

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The USAF would place orders for several other X-1 variants as well. The X-1B, flying in October 1954, was a modified X-1A used to gather data on aerodynamic ...

(Goshimini Photo)



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Millionaire Legacy book cover

The XF-92A in flight. One of the simplest but most effective forms of instrumentation can be seen here as the string tufts glued on to the right wing to ...

A USAF F-22 fires an AIM-120 AMRAAM

Cover of "Contrails ...

Futuristic: The NASA Hyper III aircraft was built in 1969 as part of the lifting

Eastern MD – Other activities of note: CBRN units used smoke and aerosol covers on more than 60 sq km, covering moving units and critical infrastructure ...

An underappreciated aircraft, the HH-43 Huskie:

I announced to Limerick ...

AIM-9L Captive Air Training Missile (CATM) with inert warhead and rocket motor

... XV-3 was moved to the Bell Helicopter Textron facility at Arlington, Texas, where a group of current and retired Bell engineers restored the aircraft.

... culminating in a program to adapt such a system to the F-15. Meanwhile, in preparation for the Advanced Tactical Fighter program, the USAF was ...

Douglas XFD - Image: Douglas XFD 1

Thales FF LMM, called FURY by Textron in the US on Exelis BRU-55/A Smart Rack. (Photo: Pieter Bastiaans)

Bell XFL Airabonita


The end of the XF-92A's final flight on 14 October 1953. As Scotty Crossfield was taxiing back to the HSFS hangar the under-strength nose gear, ...

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Weird-looking: The Northrop XP-79B flying wing aircraft, built in 1945


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The F-16D was also given strengthened landing gear and more powerful hydraulics to allow it to simulate other aircraft, and, when the Israelis dropped their ...

Two T-100's in formation flight (PRNewsFoto/Raytheon Company)

I just love the crazy shit they tried to do in the 50s and 60s. Here is the back end of the X-4. Just a slim vertical stab, almost nothing for a ...

National Museum of the United States Air Force - An overhead gallery view of the fourth