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« on: May 28, 2012, 02:46:25 am »

A work in progress...
Vought V- Series


V-335

1943 USAAF fighter project derived from XF5U-1


V-336

1943 US Navy  F4U-1WM  fighter version with Pratt & Whitney Wasp Major engine


V-337

1943 USAAF tailless fighter 'with special engine' project (led to the CUTLASS)


V-338

1944 US Navy twin-engined single-seat carrier-borne fighter


V-339

1944 US Navy twin-engined single-seat land based fighter


V-340

1944 US Navy VF Carrier Based Landplane (became XF6U-1)


V-341

1944 US Navy derivative of XF5U-1 with Special Powerplant Research


V-342

1945 US Navy variant of F4U with single stage "E" engine and compressor


V-343




1945 US Navy two-seat high-performance carrier-based night fighter (V-343-A-1 with Westinghouse 24C-4 engines, -B-1 and -B-2 with G.E. T6-100)


V-344



1945 twin-engined cargo transport project


V-345

1945 US Navy carrier-borne observation type


V-346

1945 US Navy High Speed Single Place Jet Fighter (XF7U-1)


V-347

1945 High speed interceptor for US Navy


V-348

1945 four-seat commercial aircraft


V-349

1945 US Navy Supersonic Pilotless Aircraft (P/A VI Long Range)


V-350

1945 High Performance Search Type Aircraft for US Navy


V-351

1945 US Navy variant of F4U with "E" type engine (F4U-5)


V-352

1946 US Navy production version of XF5U-1 (became F6U-1)


V-353

1946 US Navy Studies for Pilotless Aircraft (Model P/A VI - short range)


V-354

1945 two-seat high speed trainer derived from the F4U


V-355

1946 US Navy P/A XIV unmanned concept (Model P/A XIV)


V-356

1946 VA VF Airplane Long Range Escort - heavyweight long-range fighter for US Navy.


V-357 

1947 Subsonic Pilotless Aircraft for US Navy; inherited know-how and technology from the experimental V-353, (XSSM-N-8 REGULUS).


V-358



1947 US Navy Class VA High Performance Attack Aircraft.


V-359

1947 US Navy Improved F6U-1 project with afterburners.


V-360

1947 US Navy remotely controlled aerial target for US Navy


V-361

1947 Variant of F4U-5 for the Netherlands with "C" type engine


V-362




1948  Class VF Interceptor Fighter for US Navy to OS-113.


V-363

1948 US Navy long-range escort fighter


V-364

1948 US Navy Long Range High Speed Jet Bomber project to specification OS-111.


V-365

1948 US Navy F7U-1 production version of XF7U-1


V-366

1949 US Navy F7U-2, F7U-3


V-366F

1949 US Navy VF Class fighter proposal


V-366H

1949 Cutlass twin-fuselage study


V-367
1949 US Air Force Penetration Fighter project


V-368




1950 US Navy twin-engined VA Class ASW studies (XS2U-1) to specification OS-117;


V-368A




1950 US Navy AEW Studies (XS2U-1W)


V-369

1950 US Navy High Speed (550mph) target, became X28A


V-370

1950 US Navy Tactical Missile (XSSM-N-8A Regulus)


V-371



1950 USAF high performance interceptor project (perhaps MX-1554/WS-201A)


V-372

1951 F7U-3 re-engined with Pratt & Whitney J57 engines for US Navy


V-373

1951 VF Long Range Fighter (research)


V-374

1951 USAF interceptor project derived from F7U-3


V-375

1951 US Navy land-based ASW aircraft


V-376

1951 export variant of F4U (Peru)


V-377

1951 USAF proposed fighter-bomber variant of F7U-3.


V-378

1952 US Navy Long Range Fighter.


V-379
1952 US Navy supersonic missile design (SSM-N-9 Regulus II)


V-380

1952 US Navy Carrier Based Dayfighter, became V-383/V-384


V-381



1952 US Navy carrier-based attack aircraft, A3U-1 Design Studies


V-382




1952 USAF fighter-bomber projected derivative


V-383

1953 US Navy Carrier Based Day Fighter with J57 engines, to specification OS-130. Built as F8U-1 Crusader.


V-384

Alternate design to V-383 with J65 engines.


V-385

1953 US Navy Producibility Programmer for Regulus I.


V-386

1953 USAF Strategic Fighter proposal


V-387

1953 US Navy air-to-surface missile proposal


V-388

1953 US Navy A2U-2 projected variant of F7U, an A2U-1 with larger wing


V-389

1953 US Navy  A2U-2 with J57 engines


V-390

1954 US Navy A2U-1 projected variant of F7U with J46 Block III engines


V-391

1954 USAF long-range fighter proposal to LRI-X requirement


V-392

1954 US Navy  F8U-1P  carrier-based photo recce variant of F8U-1


V-393

1954 US Navy Limited Attack version of F8U-1


V-394

1954 US Navy All Weather Fighter with Attack (version of F8U-1?)


V-395

1954 US Navy  VFA Class all-weather fighter/ground-attack F8U variant (Sep. 1954)


V-396

1954 USAF A2U-1 missile-carrying A2U-1 variant


V-397

1954 US Navy SSM-N-9 (FTM) 36 missile with J79 engine; redesignated as RGM-15A-CV  REGULUS II  US Navy  SSM-N-9 (TM) 7 missile with J79 engine; redesignated as RGM-15A-CV


V-398

1954 adaptation of REGULUS to be carried by a B-52 bomber (A/B/C)


V-399

1955 US Navy F8U variant with missiles and special stores carrier version


V-400

1955 US Navy all-weather F8U variant with missiles and special stores carrier version


V-401

1955 US Navy XF8U-3  high performance all-weather missile-carrier


V-402

1955 USAF proposed variant of F8U-3


V-403

1955 long-range ballistic missile project


V-404

1955 US Navy  Interim AEW / C & C electronic surveillance aircraft (May 1956) to OS-139 ; lost to the W2F-1 (E-2) Hawkeye


V-405

REGULUS II 1955 US Navy KD2U-1 14 VKD Class radio-controlled target project (Jan. 1956); preceded by 7  conversions; redesignated as MQM-15A-CV


V-406



1955 US Navy attack aircraft


V-407

1956 US Navy development of REGULUS II missile


V-408

1956 US Navy  F8U-1T (TF-8A)  VF Class carrier-based two-seat trainer version proposal


V-409

1956 short-range ballistic missile project


V-410

1957 US Navy proposed rocket-assisted F8U-1 derivative, static thrust research


V-411

1957 US Navy improvement studies of F8U-1,  prefigured the F8U-2N


V-412

1957 lightweight ASM missile project to be carried by a B-52 (Hound Dog)


V-413

1957 US Navy projected "limited" all-weather variant of F8U-2, prefigured F8U-2NE


V-414

1957 US Navy X-207 development program of REGULUS under X-207 specification


V-415

1957 US Navy long-range ASM missile proposal for Eagle competition with Marquardt or Aerojet General engine (1958)


V-416

1957 US Navy VA Class low-altitude all-weather attack aircraft "Vigilante"  to TS149 requirement (lost to Grumman A2F Intruder)


V-417

1957 US Navy ASW missile project, to be launched by a submarine (Subroc)


V-418

1957 US Navy F8U-3 Phase II Improvement Studies


V-419

1957 US Navy F8U-3 variant with J58 engine


V-420

1957 NASA exploratory rockets project (Project Orb)


V-421

1957 Battlefield missile project (project FIRE)


V-422

1957 Nuclear powered supersonic missile project (project SLAM)


V-423

1958 US Army Type A & B tactical missile project


V-424

1959 Transport vehicle utilizing solid fuel rocket motor for manned space vehicle (Little Joe)


V-425

1959 airframe for four-stage satellite launcher


V-426

1959 Capsule for Man-In-Space (Mercury)


V-427

1959 warhead adaption kit for LITTLE JOHN missile


V-428

1959 guidance system project for SSGM-type missions


V-429

1959 USAF advanced ASM missile


V-430

1959 US Navy adaptation of a Sperry target Drone


V-431

1959 ORB satellite family (Project ORB)


V-432

1959 Scout four-stage launcher project


V-433



1959 US Navy "close support aircraft" project


V-434

1959 Eagle Missile Carrier "Missileer" for VFMX requirement


V-435

1959 USAF adaptation of SCOUT 609A Weapon System (Blue Scout)


V-436

1959 USAF "1960 communications satellite" project


V-437

1959 US Navy carrier-borne ASW aircraft project (Project "Oasis")


V-438

1959 USAF flight simulator project for the F-108


V-439

1959 space re-entry vehicle Free-Flight Model


V-440

1959 USAF Aircraft Penetration Aid study


V-441

1959  NAA "Fingerprint" guidance development


V-442

1959 USAF tactical SSM project


V-443

Not assigned.


V-444

1959 North American "Fingerprint" guidance proposal for NAA/USAF


V-445

1959 development of Project Hummingbird (Hipshot Astro) (presumably a VTO tailsitter)


V-446

1960 USAF TERCOM (Terrain Contour Mapping) study


V-447

1960 tri-service V/STOL transport project (XC-142)


V-448

1960 Typhon SAM missile project


V-449

1960 projected two-seat fighter/trainer variant of F8U-2


V-450

1961 Light Attack Airplane (tri-service)


V-451



1961 turboprop-powered tactical support (Close Support) STOL aircraft project for Army and Marines.


V-452

1961 US Navy XAAM-N-11 missile project for TFX program.


V-453

1959 US Army Missile "B" (Lance) tactical missile.


V-454

Crusader for French Navy


V-455

1962 projected attack version of F8U (A3U)


V-456

1962 F8U Interim Attack Aircraft (Interim VAX)


V-457

Model 64 Missile - Tri-Service


V-458

1962 US Army COIN light aircraft project


V-459




Intra-Theatre Transport - Tilt-wing


V-460





1963 Intra-Theatre Transport - ADAM


V-461

USAF VA(L) attack variant of F8U with turbofan engine, became A-7


V-462

1963 Advanced V/STOL Tactical Fighter Weapon System


V-463


VA(L) carrier-borne attack aircraft project. Became A-7 Corsair II.


V-464

1963 Amphibian XC-142A ASW tilt-wing transport planning study


V-465



1963 Infra-Theater transport - large V/STOL transport project with lift jets


V-466

1963 proposed variant of F8U for Great Britain


V-467

1963 aircraft project for DSM program


V-468

1963 Army reconnaissance aircraft


V-469

1963 aircraft project for SBM program


V-470

1963  CLAMP - Chemical Low Altitude Missile Puny, direct precursor of "modern" cruise missiles (although supersonic)


V-471



1963 Cruise Fan - Lift Fan - study for use of turbofan in cruise and sustaining modes


V-472

1963 COIN aircraft project


V-473

1964 US Army surveillance and target acquisition aircraft


V-474

1964 proposed variant of F8U for Lebanon


V-475

1964  SOR 210 VTOL transport project (against Bell D-2022)


V-476

1964 USAF V/STOL close support aircraft


V-477

1965 development of elements for the Douglas C-5A


V-478

1965 60 passenger tilt-wing commercial transport aircraft


V-479

1965 development of elements for the Lockheed C-5A


V-480

1965 supersonic ADAM aircraft project


V-481

1965 quick reaction ASM (U) armament project


V-482

1965 ADAM II Concept Evaluation


V-483

1965 fighter project for USAF FX requirement


V-484



1965 US Navy VFAX assault aircraft project


V-485

1965 ADAM II - Forward Facing Nose Fan


V-486

1965 aircraft project for ARM program


V-487

1965 development of A-7D/SA variant



V-488 through V-499 not issued
 

V-500

1966 missile project, became the MAVERICK missile


V-501

1967  CARA (New Design)


V-502



1967 USAF AX aircraft project


V-503

1967 CARA (XC-142 version)


V-504

1967 "Super Crusader (F8/A7)"


V-505



1967 USN "F-111B replacement" - VFX - scaled-up derivative of the final V-483-149 VFAX design from 1967.


V-506



1968 LIT (Light Intra-Theater Transport) project


V-507



1968 USN interceptor project for VFX program, competitor of Grumman F-14 TOMCAT.


V-508

1968 USN two-seater development of A-7


V-509

1968 USAF two-seater development of A-7


V-510

1968 two-seater development of A-7 for USAF special operations


V-511

1969 USAF instrument trainer 2 seat A-7 project


V-512

1969 projected "Wild Weasel" version of A-7


V-513

1969 SCAR forward air control system project


V-514



1970 projected high performance variant of USAF A-7D (F100 engine)


V-515



1970 projected high performance variant of Navy A-7E (F401 engine)


V-516



1971 USAF FAC - Forward Air Controller, aircraft project for special operations forces.  V-516A - two-seat derivative for commercial use. V-516B - four-seat single-engine derivative for civilian use. V-516C - four-seat twin-engine derivative for civilian use. V-516D - two-seat single-engine derivative for military use. V-516E - four-seat twin-engine derivative for military use.


V-517



1971 Navy AV(X) V/STOL aircraft prototype with fixed lift engines and (V-517A) TF30 and (V-517B) F401 turbofan. Also V-517D.


V-518




1971 USAF QRI jet interceptor project (Quick Response Interceptor program)


V-519

1971 US Navy demo two-seat conversion of first A-7E


V-520



1971 V/STOL aircraft project with TF30 (V-520A) or F401 (V-520B) turbofan engine and swing-out lift engines.


V-1100



Advanced Lightweight fighter to LWF requirement.


V-2000



1973 Advanced Tactical Fighter


V-521



1972 US Navy V/STOL canard aircraft project with 2 lift, 1 lift/cruise engines.


V-522

1972 US Navy Falcon 20E AWG-9 Trainer TCX.


V-523



1973 Advanced Navy Fighter project (navalised V-1100 LWF), pre-VFAX.


V-524




1973 Cross-Flow Fan Sea Control Ship Fighter Attack Aircraft.


V-525

1973 US Navy sub-launched cruise-missile project.


V-526




1973-74 US Navy VFAX-type fighter-bomber aircraft project.


V-1600



Navy Strike Fighter Proposal derived from F-16 - F401 Engine   


V-1601



Navy Strike Fighter Proposal derived from F-16- F100 Engine.


V-1602



Navy Strike Fighter Proposal derived from F-16- F101 Engine


V-527

1976 Commercial Utility Cargo Transport - medium transport aircraft project


V-528

1976 A-7 VAM US Navy all-weather two-seat attack variant


V-529



1977 US Navy Single seat A-7, updated V-528. V-529Dwith F404-GE-400 engines


V-530



1977 US Navy Type A multimission ASW/AEW VOD/MA AV/STOL aircraft project


V-531

1977 projected two-seat twin F404 engine rebuild of A-7D


V-532



1978 Undergraduate Pilot Trainer System proposal - Navy (V-532B submitted to VTX-TS)


V-533

1978 Undergraduate Pilot Trainer System proposal - USAF


V-534



1978 Type A CTOL US Navy Study


V-535

1979 USAF projected night attack variant of A-7 ('Nightstriker')


V-536



1979 US Navy Type B series flow tandem fan powered V/STOL aircraft project


V-537



1979 US Navy Type A V/STOL aircraft project with Stopped rotor


V-538



1980 USAF NGT "Fully Responsive to Req's" - two-seat single trainer project based on VFW/RFB FANTRAINER principle.



V-539



1980 USAF NGT "Alternate (Optimised Version)" alternate version of V-538 with twin engines.


V-540

"Black-Hole Project (Secret)" - classified project (related to Northrop/Boeing/LTV "SENIOR ICE"?)


V-541

1981 USAF NGT configured with high wing.


V-550

1982 cheap multi-mission fighter-bomber project


V-585

1981 MPWS - mobile defensive weapon system project for the Marines     


V-600



1983 US Navy VMX study - derivative of the ATLAS


V-601



1983 US Navy NAA/NSAA Naval Adversary Aircraft; americanization of Mikoyan MiG-21; 24 new aircraft deliveries initially planned.


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Re: Vought (Chance Vought, LTV)
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2012, 12:59:39 am »
Added quite a few images and links.
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Re: Vought (Chance Vought, LTV)
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2012, 06:12:40 am »
Great work! I think we also have the picture of the V-343, V-356, V-362, V-382, V-404 and V-434 on the forum.

Also you seem to have omitted the X-100 (FAX) and the V-1000.
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Re: Vought (Chance Vought, LTV)
« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2012, 06:20:36 am »
Forgot also the V-358 V-368, V-378, V-406, which all appear on this forum.

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Re: Vought (Chance Vought, LTV)
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2012, 08:00:38 am »
The V-521 can also now be added.

Thanks for what you're doing - great visual reference!

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Re: COMPANY: Vought (Chance Vought, LTV)
« Reply #5 on: June 20, 2013, 05:22:22 am »
Great job!!Please keep up the good and well appreciated work!! RegardsPioneer
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Re: COMPANY: Vought (Chance Vought, LTV)
« Reply #6 on: April 08, 2016, 09:30:04 am »
Nice Vought page right here:

http://celticowboy.com/V-LIST.html

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