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25 Bizarre Aircraft some in the book X planes of Europe and the United States. X- Planes!

U.S. Marine Corps MV-22B "Osprey" taking off from an aircraft carrier <3

Marine Corps "Osprey" taking off from an aircraft carrier Más Más

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Some Of These Concepts Were Good, They Just Didn't Look It Air combat during…

All sizes | AH-1 Super Cobra HMLA-269 Gunrunners | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Super Cobra Gunrunners Funny, how something so frail looking can be so deadly.

Ch-47

This is what a Chinook on steroids looks like. SOAR "Night Stalkers" - Photo taken at Tulsa - International (Municipal) (TUL / KTUL) in Oklahoma, USA on April

P-39 Airacobra

A side view of the Airacobra. My uncle who was a skilled pilot said this was the most dangerous plane he ever flew. He said it was nose-heavy, lacked maneuverability and flew like a rock. No wonder we gave them to the Soviets.

Rotating wing: The Vertol VZ-2 aircraft, this aircraft was a tilt-wing VTOL (vertical take-off and landing), on a runway, this aircraft firs...

Flying high: Weird looking planes

Vertol - a tilt-wing VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft.

Mitchell Bomber weapons - 8 in nose (+side pods) and 1 x cannon

February 11, 1954: Test pilot John R. Noll began tethered hovering flight tests of the McDonnell XV-1, US experimental compound helicopter, designated as a convertiplane.

February Test pilot John R. Noll began tethered hovering flight tests of the McDonnell US experimental compound helicopter, designated as a convertiplane.

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