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Bell Xp-52

The Bell XP-52 and subsequent XP-59 were World War II fighter aircraft design projects by the American Bell Aircraft Corporation.

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Bell XP-52 (Model 16) Twin-Boom Single-Seat Heavy Fighter Proposal
As Europe was being pushed down the path of Total War in the late 1930s, the United States forged ahead with strengthening its various military services. This led to a period of considerable testing and growth in the field of military aviation which ...
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Bell XP-52
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List of cancelled military projects
... 52 The intended engine - the Continental X-1430 in the National Museum of the United States Air Force The XP-52 design was begun by the Bell Company in 1940, separate from the R-40C competition, under the Air Material Command designator MX-3 . The ...
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Bell P-59 Airacomet
For that, we must go back a bit and start with the Bell XP-52. The Bell XP-52 was an unorthodox fighter project that arose out of a USAAC competition held in the winter of 1939 for a fighter that would be much more effective than any extant--with a top ...
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Anigrand Craftswork 1/144 Boeing XB-15 Kit First Look
The subject of the box, the large XB-15, the famous OS2U Kingfisher, and two Bell prototype aircraft. The four subjects in this box are: Boeing XB-15 (XC-105) Vought OS2U Kingfisher Bell XFM-1 Airacuda Bell XP-52 This first image illustrates the usual fine ...
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Aircraft with contra-rotating propellers
The Bell XP-52 was an unusual United States fighter aircraft design by the Bell Aircraft Corporation. It was submitted as part of a United States Army Air Corps competition held in the winter of 1939.... The Boeing XF8B (Model 400) was a single-engine ...
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The one time the Air Force canceled a propeller-powered fighter for a mediocre jet
In the late 1930s the Bell Aircraft Company conducted a study that the USAAF designated the XP-52. It was for a single-seat fighter/interceptor aircraft with an unusual configuration - the propeller would be behind the fuselage, tucked in between two booms ...
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Bell 533
The Bell 533 was flight tested in three main configurations. The first configuration was the basic YH-40 helicopter with drag reduction changes. The second configuration added a pair of jet engines for additional thrust. The third configuration added swept ...
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Bell Aircraft
the Bell Aircraft Company, on 10 July 1935, headquartered in the former Consolidated plant at 2050 Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo. Incidentally, Bell was the third major aircraft builder to occupy the site. The factory complex was originally built in 1916 for ...
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Bell XP-52 - Wikipedia
The XP-52 design was begun by the Bell Company in 1940, separate from the R-40C competition, under the Air Material Command designator MX-3. The short fuselage ...
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Bell 525 Relentless - Wikipedia
The Bell 525 Relentless is an American medium-lift helicopter, under development by Bell Helicopter. The Bell 525 was unveiled at the 2012 Heli-Expo in Dallas, Texas ...
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Bell AH-1 Cobra – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
AH-1 Cobra, znany również jako Huey Cobra, Cobra, Sea Cobra, Super Cobra, Snake i Viper – śmigłowiec szturmowy zaprojektowany przez Bell Helicopter Textron.
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Bell X-1 – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
Bell X-1 – eksperymentalny samolot amerykański, który jako pierwszy przekroczył barierę dźwięku w sposób kontrolowany w locie poziomym. Pierwszy z samolotów ...
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