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Boeing X-32 via Facebook https://t.co/7vI67BwVXB https://t.co/5gGIyMVkfw

Boeing X-32 via Facebook https://t.co/7vI67BwVXB https://t.co/5gGIyMVkfw

The X-15's official world record for the highest speed ever recorded by a manned, powered aircraft, set in October 1967 when William J. "Pete" Knight flew Mach 6.72 at 102,100 feet (31,120 m), a speed of 4,520 miles per hour (7,274 km/h), has remained unchallenged as of May 2017.

The X-15's official world record for the highest speed ever recorded by a manned, powered aircraft, set in October 1967 when William J. "Pete" Knight flew Mach 6.72 at 102,100 feet (31,120 m), a speed of 4,520 miles per hour (7,274 km/h), has remained unchallenged as of May 2017.

The most widely produced and strategically important British single-seat fighter of World War II. The Spitfire, renowned for winning victory laurels in the Battle of Britain

Boulton Paul Defiant - a turret fighter with no forward firing guns proved effective against bombers but was vulnerable to daylight enemy fighters - was switched to a successful night fighter role.

Boulton Paul Defiant - a turret fighter with no forward firing guns proved effective against bombers but was vulnerable to daylight enemy fighters - was switched to a successful night fighter role.

Bell X-14 The jet-propelled, vertical rising Bell X-14, being developed for the USAF, undergoing initial flights. To NASA as 243 in 1959. Redesignated X-14A in 1962. Converted to X-14B in

Bell X-14 The jet-propelled, vertical rising Bell X-14, being developed for the USAF, undergoing initial flights. To NASA as 243 in 1959. Redesignated X-14A in 1962. Converted to X-14B in

This is the Libellula, which first flew in 1943 and took its name from a dragonfly species...

The strangest planes to take to the skies revealed

This is the Libellula, which first flew in 1943 and took its name from a dragonfly species...

“The Miles M.35 and M.39B Libellula - (from Libellulidae, the taxonomic name for dragonflies) were a pair of tandem wing aircraft built by Miles Aircraft. The first was a fighter-sized aircraft, the latter a scaled version of a proposed bomber...

“The Miles M.35 and M.39B Libellula - (from Libellulidae, the taxonomic name for dragonflies) were a pair of tandem wing aircraft built by Miles Aircraft. The first was a fighter-sized aircraft, the latter a scaled version of a proposed bomber...

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