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Northrop N1M Experimental Flying Wing. Experimental Aircraft. The N-1M has survived and may be seen in the US National Air and Space Museum. Film from 1940 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjKASCLsBW8

Northrop N1M Experimental Flying Wing. Experimental Aircraft. The N-1M has survived and may be seen in the US National Air and Space Museum. Film from 1940 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjKASCLsBW8

Northrop N9M - Google Search

Northrop N9M - Google Search

Tin Racer scale model by Miyano. #vehicle #dieselpunk

Tin Racer scale model by Miyano. #vehicle #dieselpunk

From 1931 through 1945 the German Horten brothers built more than ten flying wing models, from sailplanes to those powered by reciprocating engines and jet engines.

From 1931 through 1945 the German Horten brothers built more than ten flying wing models, from sailplanes to those powered by reciprocating engines and jet engines.

Radial Engine

Radial Engine

XB-35

XB-35

AUDI Electric Soapbox Degree project on Behance

AUDI Electric Soapbox Degree project on Behance

The Horten Ho 229 is generally known by a few unique names. The plane was called the H.IX, by the Horten Brothers. The identity Ho 229 had been given to th

The Horten Ho 229 is generally known by a few unique names. The plane was called the H.IX, by the Horten Brothers. The identity Ho 229 had been given to th

Northrop Flying Wing 2

Northrop Flying Wing 2

rhubarbes: “ The Northrop YB-49 “Flying Wing” (1947) via Luis Cesar More Airplanes here. ”

Artwork of Armies — rhubarbes: The Northrop YB-49 “Flying Wing”...

rhubarbes: “ The Northrop YB-49 “Flying Wing” (1947) via Luis Cesar More Airplanes here. ”

the-ghost-darkness: “ the ghost and the darkness ”

the-ghost-darkness: “ the ghost and the darkness ”

Horten PUL-10, 1997

Horten PUL-10, 1997

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From 1931 through 1945 the German Horten brothers built more than ten flying wing models, from sailplanes to those powered by reciprocating engines and jet engines.

From 1931 through 1945 the German Horten brothers built more than ten flying wing models, from sailplanes to those powered by reciprocating engines and jet engines.