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      Fairey Rotodyne 
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    The Fairey Rotodyne was a 1950s British compound gyroplane designed and built by Fairey Aviation. The Rotodyne featured a tip-jet-powered rotor that burned a mixture of fuel and compressed air bled from two wing-mounted Napier Eland turboprops. The rotor was driven for vertical takeoffs, landings and hovering, as well as low-speed translational flight, and autorotated during cruise flight. Although successful in trials, the Rotodyne program was canceled due to a combination of politics and the lack of commercial orders.
    Version: Filesize: 5.48 MB
    Added on: 10-Feb-2011 Downloads: 3578 Rating: 5.0 (2 Votes)
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      Whitworth Argosy 
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    The Armstrong Whitworth Argosy was a British post-war military transport/cargo aircraft and was the last aircraft produced by Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft. Powered by four Rolls-Royce Dart turboprop engines driving Rotol four-blade propellers. Shown here at the 1959 Farnborough air show.
    Version: Filesize: 5.74 MB
    Added on: 10-Feb-2011 Downloads: 3614 Rating: 1.0 (1 Vote)
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      Douglas X-3 Stiletto  Popular
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    The Douglas X-3 Stiletto was a 1950s US experimental jet aircraft with a slender fuselage and a long tapered nose, manufactured by the Douglas Aircraft Company. Its primary mission was to investigate the design features of an aircraft suitable for sustained supersonic speeds, which included the first use of titanium in major airframe components. It was, however, seriously underpowered for its purpose and could not even exceed Mach 1 in level flight.
    Version: Filesize: 921.66 Kb
    Added on: 30-Oct-2010 Downloads: 6564 Rating: 7.0 (2 Votes)
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      B-58 Hustler  Popular
    Description:
    Compilation of B-58 Hustler footage set to music.


    Version: Filesize: 9.62 MB
    Added on: 22-Oct-2010 Downloads: 5583 Rating: 7.0 (6 Votes)
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      A-26 Special-K 
    Description:
    Rare footage shot during the Vietnam War showing the Douglas A-26 Invader operating at England Air Force Base in Louisiana and at Nakhon Phanom RTAFB in Thailand. The final scenes at the Vintage Flying Museum at Meacham Field in Fort Worth, Texas, show the last airworthy A-26A, "Special K," now owned and being restored by the Pacific Prowler organization chaired by Jim Terry.
    Version: Filesize: 45.77 MB
    Added on: 25-Aug-2010 Downloads: 4695 Rating: 9.0 (3 Votes)
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      Tornado ADV 
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    The Panavia Tornado Air Defense Variant (ADV) is an interceptor version of the Panavia Tornado in service with the RAF. The aircraft's first flight was in 1979, entering service in 1986. It is a long-range, twin-engine aircraft, originally designed to intercept Soviet bombers as they came in from the east to strike the United Kingdom. Music: Bill Conti - 'Reflections'.
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    Added on: 12-Jul-2010 Downloads: 4986 Rating: 7.0 (5 Votes)
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      Harrier Jump Jet 
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    The Harrier Jump Jet is a British-designed military jet aircraft capable of Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing (V/STOL) via thrust vectoring. There are four main versions of the Harrier family: Hawker Siddeley Harrier, British Aerospace Sea Harrier, Boeing/BAE Systems AV-8B Harrier II, and BAE Systems/Boeing Harrier II. Music: Ian Brown - 'Solarized'.
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    Added on: 15-Jun-2010 Downloads: 4980 Rating: 9.0 (9 Votes)
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      Ryan X-13  Popular
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    The Ryan X-13 Vertijet was an experimental VTOL aircraft flown in the US in the 1950s. The main objective of the project was to demonstrate the ability of a pure jet to vertically takeoff, hover, transition to horizontal forward flight, and vertically land. A nose hook was used to hang the Vertijet from the landing platform. After the aircraft was secured vertically, the trailer was lowered to the horizontal to transport the aircraft.
    Version: Filesize: 10.55 MB
    Added on: 26-Apr-2010 Downloads: 5076 Rating: 8.0 (2 Votes)
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      Short SC.1 
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    The Short SC.1 was the first British fixed-wing VTOL aircraft. The SC.1 flew for 10 years, providing data that influenced later designs like the P.1127, the precursor of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier Jump Jet. It was powered by four vertically-mounted Rolls-Royce RB108 lift engines, and one RB.108 cruise engine in the rear for forward flight. The lift engines were mounted in a central bay close to the centre of gravity of the aircraft. These engines could be swivelled transversely to produce vectored thrust for forward acceleration/deceleration.
    Version: Filesize: 6.15 MB
    Added on: 26-Apr-2010 Downloads: 3102 Rating: 8.0 (3 Votes)
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      Messerschmitt Bf 109 
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    The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was a German WWII fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt in the early 1930s. It was one of the first true modern fighters, with an all-metal monocoque construction, a closed canopy, and retractable landing gear. The backbone of the German Luftwaffe during WWII, the BF 109 was still in service at the dawn of the jet age. An inverted Vee-piston engined fighter, the Bf 109 was supplemented, but never completely replaced in service, by the radial engined Focke-Wulf Fw 190 from the end of 1941. The Bf 109 was the most produced warplane of World War II, with 30,573 examples built during the war, and the most produced fighter aircraft in history, with a total of 33,984 units produced up to April 1945.
    Version: Filesize: 13.64 MB
    Added on: 04-Apr-2010 Downloads: 4885 Rating: 8.0 (4 Votes)
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