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Lavochkin La-250 "Anakonda"

OKB-1 EF-140. Jet-Powered Tactical Fast Reconnaissance / Bomber Prototype

The NASA AD-1

Vertol VZ-2

Vought V-173 "Flying Pancake

Vought-Sikorsky VS-300 (or S-46)
One can see the names under the pictures. Lol, but I know you know your stuff
 

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Thunederbirds performing the same maneuver without the "dirty air" stunt with the landing gears deploys but also two different positions.

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Lavochkin La-250 "Anakonda"

OKB-1 EF-140. Jet-Powered Tactical Fast Reconnaissance / Bomber Prototype

The NASA AD-1

Vertol VZ-2

Vought V-173 "Flying Pancake

Vought-Sikorsky VS-300 (or S-46)
You beat me to it @PanzerKiel bhai. By one week. :lol:

My excuse was that I was fasting and did not check the site as often as I should have.

Anakonda was an experimental prototype aircraft AFAIK. The project was cancelled because testing resulted in too many crashes. the Lyulka turbojets weren't exactly all efficient either.

Now some of my own, let's see who can identify these....




 

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You beat me to it @PanzerKiel bhai. By one week. :lol:

My excuse was that I was fasting and did not check the site as often as I should have.

Anakonda was an experimental prototype aircraft AFAIK. The project was cancelled because testing resulted in too many crashes. the Lyulka turbojets weren't exactly all efficient either.

Now some of my own, let's see who can identify these....




Douglas DC-5

Prototype of a promising bomber - tailless K-12 Konstantin Alekseevich Kalinin, in decorative paint before the air parade in Tushino, 1937.
 

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