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Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

Bell YFM-1 Airacuda (1937) was an American heavy fighter aircraft, developed by the Bell Aircraft Corporation during the mid-1930s. The Airacuda was marked by bold design advances and considerable flaws that eventually grounded the aircraft. One fully operational Airacuda squadron was eventually assembled, and operated from 1938 until 1940. Continuing problems gave the aircraft a reputation as "hangar queens".

Bell YFM-1 Airacuda (1937) was an American heavy fighter aircraft, developed by the Bell Aircraft Corporation during the mid-1930s. The Airacuda was marked by bold design advances and considerable flaws that eventually grounded the aircraft. One fully operational Airacuda squadron was eventually assembled, and operated from 1938 until 1940. Continuing problems gave the aircraft a reputation as "hangar queens".

MiG-8 Utka (Canard) - Soviet light transport prototype 1946 МиГ-8 «Утка» - экспериментальный самолет

MiG-8 Utka (Canard) - Soviet light transport prototype 1946 МиГ-8 «Утка» - экспериментальный самолет

Bell YFM-1 Airacuda (1937) was an American heavy fighter aircraft, developed by the Bell Aircraft Corporation during the mid-1930s. The Airacuda was marked by bold design advances and considerable flaws that eventually grounded the aircraft. One fully operational Airacuda squadron was eventually assembled, and operated from 1938 until 1940. Continuing problems gave the aircraft a reputation as "hangar queens".

Bell YFM-1 Airacuda (1937) was an American heavy fighter aircraft, developed by the Bell Aircraft Corporation during the mid-1930s. The Airacuda was marked by bold design advances and considerable flaws that eventually grounded the aircraft. One fully operational Airacuda squadron was eventually assembled, and operated from 1938 until 1940. Continuing problems gave the aircraft a reputation as "hangar queens".

RWD 11 (1936) - Polish airliner prototype

RWD 11 (1936) - Polish airliner prototype

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold…

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold…

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

Focke-Wulf FW 187 Falke (1937) heavy fighter prototype

Focke-Wulf FW 187 Falke (1937) heavy fighter prototype

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

Breguet 460/462 Vultur (1935) bomber/recon. The only prototype was sold Republican Spain AF and was shot down during a recon mission over Mediterranean in 1937

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