An aircraft with little or no fuselage and no tailplane.
- This 1932 Los Angeles resident displays his concept aircraft of a flying wing driven by four ‘aerial screws.’
- The C - 130 leadership faced the significant task of consolidating aircraft and people from seven flying wings into four operational airlift and maintenance squadrons.
- It relied on its flying wing design and single Walter R II - 203 rocket engine to produce astonishing performance.
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