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Boeing Phantom Eye

Boeing Phantom Eye Phantom Eye is a liquid hydrogen-fueled, high-altitude and long-endurance unmanned aircraft system for persistent intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and communications missions. The demonstrator aircraft is capable of maintaining its altitude for up to four days while carrying a 450-pound payload. Typical payloads include multiple sensor packages for …

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V 22 Osprey Tilt Rotor Aircraft

V 22 Osprey Tilt Rotor Aircraft Article originally  appeared on Air-force technology   The V-22 Osprey is a joint-service, medium-lift, multimission tilt-rotor aircraft developed by Boeing and Bell Helicopters. Boeing is responsible for the fuselage, landing gear, avionics, electrical and hydraulic systems, performance and flying qualities. Bell Helicopter Textron is …

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XC-142 VTOL Aircraft

XC-142 VTOL Aircraft The Ling-Temco-Vought (LTV) XC-142 was a tri-service tiltwing experimental aircraft designed to investigate the operational suitability of vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) transports. An XC-142A first flew conventionally on 29 September 1964, and on 11 January 1965, it completed its first transitional flight by taking off vertically, …

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Top 10 Vertical Takeoffs

Top 10 Vertical Takeoffs The most insane vertical takeoff we’ve ever seen Takeoff is the phase of flight in which an aerospace vehicle or animal goes from the ground to flying in the air. For aircraft that take off horizontally, this usually involves starting with a transition from moving along …

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Civilian Drone caused Aircraft Crash ! Investigation going on

U.S.’s First Drone-Linked Aircraft Crash Is Being Investigated Article originally appeared on Bloomberg A helicopter Crashed During landing at  South Carolina this week . It is believed that a civilian drone might be involved in helicopter crash . Investigation is going on .This crash is first drone-related crash of an aircraft in …

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