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Sukhoi Aircraft’s 1963 Proposed Jet VTOL Design The Stunningly Modern “Squall”
In the early 1960s, Sukhoi’s OKB “skunk works” had a very capable aviation designer, highly interested in vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) flying machines. Most of the world’s aviation companies had pretty much given up on VTOLs. This... (more)
21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Air Force CV-22 Osprey Tiltrotor VTOL Aircraft - Operations Procedures, Aircrew Evaluation Criteria, Aircrew Training Flying Operations
The History of the XV-15 Tilt Rotor Research Aircraft: From Concept to Flight - XV-3 Program, Stability Issues, Army and Navy Participation, VTOL, Flight Research Incidents and Crash, V-22 Osprey
The Harrier: The World's First VTOL Fighter
Northrop N-63 Convoy Fighter: The Naval VTOL Turboprop Tailsitter Project of 1950
Goodyear GA-28A/B Convoy Fighter: The Naval VTOL Turboprop Tailsitter Project of 1950
A detailed overview of the Goodyear Aircraft Corporation GA-28A/B, one of the submissions to the US Navy convoy fighter competition of 1950, which ultimately produced the Convair XFY-1 and Lockheed XFV-1 VTOL aircraft. The GA-28A was a three-quarter... (more)
VTOL Aircraft and Helicopcopters by John W.R. Taylor
21st Century Essential Guide to the V-22 Osprey Joint Service Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Aircraft, MV-22 Thunder Chickens Combat Deployment to Iraq (CD-ROM)
V-22 Osprey Joint Service Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Aircraft, MV-22 "Thunder Chickens" Deployment to Iraq (CD-ROM)
Martin Model 262 Convoy Fighter: The Naval VTOL Turboprop Project of 1950
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