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Discussion in 'Aviation' started by 61fury, Aug 22, 2012.
Oh never mind ,I just did a search on it
How about its parasitic escort:
McDonnell XF-85 Goblin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Now that gets my best thread vote ever.
Not much for you moderators to do here, is there...
I'm worried this thread could get out of control with all the contrasting opinions. Please keep this thread civil and respect each others opinions!!
Is flyboy back?
Abort this mission men, save it for another time! I got all riled up when I saw the size of the B36 that I posted before searching, that's all.
The Goblin, anyone remember a motorized Monogram model of the Goblin? My brother had one, it had decals that read" Air Farce" IIRC. Sat on a sprung stand and it would bob up and down. Oh here ya go. New Page 0
Leave it to the US Air Force to steal the name of a truly innovative navy fighter aircraft. This is the true flapjack all others are imitations.
Vought V-173 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The wings did flap up and down. And I remember the machine guns chugged away in reciprocating style.
Is flyboy back?
He flew a B36 in a simulator and his totally familiar with how the B36 flew?
I can't believe this thread has 9 'likes' already.
Don't forget this, the most deadly foe of the Flapjack, unfortunately the prototype was used by General Patton on his own stack of flapjacks
I'm waiting for the B-37 thread.....
Too late, combined with B-34 thread.
So it obviously performed it's intended function!
B-36, Not as great as the B-36 1/2! It was just a wee bit better!