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« on: May 31, 2013, 05:28:38 pm »
Northrop Aircraft Corporation

PROVISIONAL: based on information from various forum members in topic HERE


N1

proposed two-engine flying wing bomber - N1M scale model


N2

XP-56 "Black Bullet," MX-14 (two built)


N3

single-engine float-equipped patrol bomber - N3PB for Norway


N4

interceptor pursuit


N5

interceptor pursuit


N6

single-engine fighter for USN


N7

wind tunnel model (no other information)


N8

two-engine night interceptor pursuit, XP-61 (2), YP-61 (13) and production P-61A Black Widow, MX-563


N9

four-engine flying wing bomber, XB-35, MX-140 (1/3rd scale models flew a N9M, N9MA and N9MB designations)

YB-35

YB-49, MX-661 (shows MX-51 on company document but that MX number was erroneous)


N10

Turbodyne turboprop engine for U.S. Navy, XT37-3, MX-562

XT37 engine evaluation and test by General Electric, MX-562-A


N11

turbo supercharger for XT37


N12

"Rocket Wing," powered test bed for XP-79, MX-324

MX-334, unpowered glider to test aerodynamic feasibility for XP-79 program


N13

welding development for magnesium alloy


N14

rocket-powered flying wing interceptor pursuit, XP-79, MX-365

XP-79B “Flying Ram”, twiNturbojet-powered version of canceled rocket-powered XP-79


N15

twiNengine cargo airplane


N16

one-engine jet bomb, JB-1, MX-543 and two-engine jet bomb, JB-10, MX-554


N17

Prothesis, investigations into artificial limbs


N18

one engine jet bomb, JB-1B


N19

Turbodyne turboprop for U.S. Army Air Corps, XT37-1, MX-562-B


N20

photographic reconnaissance airplane, XF-15A Reporter, MX-758    F-15A-1-NO


N21

night intruder, XP-61F, MX-563


N22

water craft


N23

three-engine cargo airplane – Pioneer


N24

XP/XF-89 Scorpion, MX-808


N25

guided missile, MX-775 - became Snark


N25B

bomber defense decoy missile


N26

X-4 Bantam (previously XS-4), MX-810 (also known as Skylancer)


N27

deceleration of air screws (propeller reverser), MX-981


N28

Rand Research


N29

Nuclear Energy Propulsion for Aircraft (NEPA) Research


N30

airborne vehicle (crash fire fighting)


N31

proposed medium bomber - six Westinghouse J40 turbojet-powered flying wing


N31A

proposed medium bomber - twin Turbodyne V turboprop-powered flying wing with contra-rotating propellers


N32

assault transport, YC-125 Raider, MP-97


N33

castering gear


N34

proposed nuclear powered bomber; ongoing Nuclear Energy for Propulsion of Aircraft (NEPA) research; renamed Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion (ANP)

N34A, proposed six-jet delta wing nuclear-powered bomber


N35

all-weather interceptor, F-89A, F-89B and F-89C Scorpion, MP-80


N36

Pioneer - 40 passenger commercial transport based on C-125 Raider


N37

photographic reconnaissance airplane, RB-49A


N38

photographic reconnaissance aircraft, RB-49A


N39

RB-35B, YB-35 conversion to…


N40

YB-49 flying wing bomber prototype, MX-661


N41

YRB-49A


N42

zero length launcher (ZELL) undercarriage, MP-131


N43

test ZELL undercarriage for N42, MP-131


N44

missile guidance system for MX-775 Snark


N45

turbo test bench


N46

RB-49


N47

RB-49


N48

reductor test, EB-35


N49

YF-89A Scorpion


N50
YB-49, MP-56


N51

YB-35B, MP-48


N52

YRB-49A, MP-55


N53

interceptor


N54

RF-89A Scorpion


N55

patrol airplane


N56

dielectric panel


N57

launch recorder for MX-775 Snark


N58

ejection seat


N59

carrier-based bomber airplane


N60

anti-submarine warfare airplane to spec OS-117


N61

U.S. Navy fighter aircraft


N62

Polar shelter


N63

vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) convoy fighter, ‘POGO’


N64

guidance system for MX-775 Snark


N65

1954 Interceptor program, WS-201A


N66

production for Motorola


N67

YF-89D Scorpion


N68

F-89D Scorpion


N69

XSM-62 Snark, MX-775


N70

Sextant


N71

YF-89E Scorpion; J71 engine test bed


N72

armed systems for SM-62A Snark


N73

launch booster rockets for SM-62 Snark, MP-131


N74

tactical transport


N75

photographic recorder for SM-62 Snark


N76

flight characteristics


N77

jet engine


N78

magnesium protection


N79

plastic nose section


N80

N69 (MX-775) flight characteristics


N81

F-89F Scorpion - proposed as an advanced F-89


N82

YF-89F Scorpion


N83

Martin turret


N83

hydraulic liquid test


N84

Martin turret


N85

missile installation - Hughes GAR-1 GAR-2 Falcon (MX-904) on F-89H/J Scorpion


N86

30mm gun installation (GuNVal)


N87

T-110 rocket launcher (GuNVal)


N88

rocket-propelled carriage


N89

deceleration engine


N90

servo mechanism



N91

linear deceleration


N92

laminar flow system


N93

hydraulic reservoir


N94

U.S. Navy embarked fighter


N95

arrester barrier tests


N96

bomber defense missile (BDM)


N97

laminar flow system


N98

fuel system


N99

titanium fuselage


N100

zinc pressings


N101

magnesium moldings


N102

lightweight jet fighter - Fang


N103

proposed USAF all-weather interceptor


N104

molded door


N105

T-110 rocket launcher


N106

steel moldings


N107

jet propelled carriage


N108

no information


N109

Project HEAT


N110

installation of J71 in F-89D


N111

YB-62 Snark


N112

target designator QB-62 Snark


N113

Project OGRE


N114

Project SUPER OGRE


N115

SM-62 ballistic warhead


N116

vibrations research


N117

installation of E-9 fire control system in F-89D (MX-904)


N118

vibration dampener


N119

heating structures


N120

no information


N121

Project DELTA


N122

reinforced wing testing


N123

air intake research


N124

pilotless reconnaissance air vehicles - RSM-62 and RB-62 Snark (MX-1960)


N125

warhead studies


N126

Project DELTA SCORPION, Long Range Interceptor Experimental


N127

Aerodynamic Heating of Aircraft Systems


N128

Uniflite System


N129

Aircraft Cooling System Research


N130

Slotted Wing Model Study


N131

Snark Trainer Missile


N132

Strategic Fighter Aircraft


N133

Flutter Model Test Program


N134

High Altitude Snark Missile


N135

Strategic Missile


N136

Aerodynamic Heating of Fuel System


N137

LA ORD 30-70 MM Weapons Program Study


N138

All-Weather Interceptor, F-89H


N139

 Flexible Deck Design Study


N140

Edwards Air Force Base Track Service (1954) Call -1 thru -7; Booster Vehicle (Call -8)


N141

All Weather Interceptor - similar to F-89H but with two Wright J65 turbojet engines instead of two General Electric J35 turbojet engines


N142

Aircraft Target Tow Reel - Martin Tow Reel Program


N143

Redstone Missile Computer Development


N144

Long Range Interceptor (LRI-GOR)


N145

2.75 FFAR Launcher


N146

Hawk Missile/Hawk Missile Launcher


N147

Weapons Study


N148

Bomber Defense Decoy Missile


N149

Long Range Interceptor (GE XJ79 Engines)


N150

Dervish Program


N151

BOMARC Missile


N152

Convair Sled


N153

Soft Gun Mount


N154

McDonnell F4H-1


N155

Tow Target Airplane


N156

Airplane Talley-Ho (TZ Trainer)

N156F

Fighter

N156C

 YF-5A

N156F F-5B

N156T (N)

Navy Trainer


N157

Ground Equipment for Radioplane Crossbow


N158

NAI Tow Reel in B-45 Aircraft


N159

Titanium Fasteners


N160

Project BELL-BOY (F-86J)


N161

Time & Temperature


N162

Attrition of Aircraft Study


N163

Aerial Reconnaissance Data Study


N164

Long Range Interceptor (Drawing P.D. 2689) - N119 (Mockup)


N165

118P High Altitude


N166

Boundary Layer Control System


N167

Long Range Interceptor - NS-123 (Mockup)

N167A LRI 1/10 Scale Wind Tunnel Model NACA Ames Laboratory


N168

SWOOSE


N169

EAGLE


N170

TZ Trainer Alternate No. 1 (Version of N156)


N171

Inertial Guidance System


N172

BDM Sled Development Program (Hughes Aircraft Co.)


N173

118P Northrop's version of a Hypersonic Reconnaissance Manned Boost-glide Air Vehicle - evolved into X-20 Dyna-Soar program - Phase III


N174

Luxorb Development Photographic Film


N175

BEE-JAY Tow Reel


N176

Medium Range Interceptor


N177

Ground Support Mission Study


N178

Shielding Material Investigation


N179

Webbing Test Hardware


N180

Army-Navy Observation Aircraft


N181

Monticello I


N182

Advanced Missile (SMX) Study


N183

MB-1 Tow Reel in two F-89 Aircraft


N184

lightweight medium-range interceptor


N185

SM-62B Snark Missile


N186

Lockheed Test Sled


N187

Modification of F-89H to F-89J Configuration


N188

Medium Range Ballistic Missile


N189

Remote Air Battle Interceptor Study


N190

Convair Windblast Sled


N191

SM-XX / long range high speed unmanned bomber(?)


N192

Horkey Pylon (F-100)


N193

Bee Jay Tow Reel


N194

Multi-Pass MB-1 Rocket Mission Evaluator


N195

Holloman Monorail Track Sled


N196

AF System 131B (NAA GAM-77/AGM-28 Hound Dog)


N197

Oscillating Sled


N198

Intelligence Study ESTWSS


N199

Intelligence Study SSAWFWS


N200

Radar Mapping Study


N201

Long Range Missile Fighter System


N202

Short Range Ballistic Missile


N203

Pitot-Pressure and Flow-Direction Sensor (NACA)


N204

Reconnaissance Vehicle


N205


T-38 based “Aerospace Trainer” Boost Glide Study


N206

Dyna-Soar-Harp


N207

Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion


N208

Supersonic Transport (SST)


N209

Long Range BLC Airplane, KC-135


N210

Multi-Pass, MB-1 Rocket Mission Evaluatot for use on F-89J, F-101, F-104, F-106


N211

Steel Extrusion


N212

BROOM


N213

EAGLE


N214

Optimum Interceptor Weapons Study (ARDC System Requirement No. 176)


N227

Project Mercury proposal



N250

LFC (Laminar Flow Control) airplane (X-21) from Douglas B-66


N251

V/STOL operational demonstration aircraft


N256

SLOMAR Project


N257

USAF Medium Range Ballistic Missile (MRBM)


N262

USN Air Launch Tactical Missile (ALTM)



N267

US Army VTOL  Fan In Wing, based on T-38



N272

Side-Looking Radar system


N285

USN advanced jet trainer


N286

USAF close support fighter bomber


N287

Northrop-produced Hawker P-1127 Kestrel


N288

Manned Bomber Attack Missile


N289

V/STOL demonstrator


N290

high-lift F-5


N291

advanced F-5A tactical fighter


N292

F-5 suck-in doors, two-position gear and 4,350-lb thrust engines


N293

Condor


N294

advanced USN jet trainer (F-5B)


N295

F-5B USN trainer (magnesium to aluminum)


N296

 F-5B USN trainer (strength L.G.)


N297

inflated MAP F-5 configuration


N298

 F-5A-40-NO modification program to F-5C Skoshi Tiger configuration


N299

advanced F-5 installation of GE  Model J-1A (J85) engine


N300

F-5X (P-530) - stretched F-5E Tiger 2


N301

modified F-5B for TAC companion to N298


N302

Norway follow-on (F-5A)


N303

Norway follow-on (F-5B)


N304

USAF reconnaissance F-5 (RF-5), s/n 6058


N305

F-5C – follow-on to N298 - Skoshi Tiger


N306

follow-on to N301 (F-5D)


N307

USAF reconnaissance RF-5 for Military Assistance Program


N308

A-X Program (see N312, N320)


N310

Advanced Tactical Fighter, F-X Program (P-700)


N311

F-5-21 prototype


N312

turbofaNpowered A-X, became N320, then YA-9A


N313

V/STOL tactical fighter


N314

twin GE-15-powered advanced Energy/Maneuver fighter (P-600 YF-17 Cobra)


N315

baseline advanced E/M fighter


N316

 single F100-powered advanced E/M fighter with double air inlets


N317

single GE-15 powered advanced E/M fighter


N318

twin noNafterburning GE-15 powered advanced E/M fighter (P-600 YF-17 Cobra)


N319

single F100-powered advanced E/M fighter with single air inlet


N320

A-X competitive airplane, became YA-9A


N321

P-610 Lightweight Fighter


N322

P-610, single-seat version


N333

Dorsal intake design for USAF ATS requirement


N338

Navy VATOL Dorsal Inlet design


N340

Fighter (probably dorsal intake) ~1977


N350

VTX-TS proposal, USN



N351

VTX-TS proposal, USN



N353

Northrop designation for Bud Nelson's design (-4 in 1985) (Compact Efficient Fighter, Mission Adaptive Fighter etc.) P-900


N354

Two Place F-5G/F-20 1982


N366

Fighter Escort proposal, NASA/AMES and USN


N369

STOVL/CAS concept for a USAF Study 1985


N381

Multi-role carrier-based flying wing aircraft, AMSS


N382




HATOL/RALS STOVL fighter design



P series

Origin of P- designations unclear: one story is that P-530 was an unofficial project worked on after work hours finished at 5.30pm.


P-530

USAF/USN COBRA fighter proposal; evolved from N300.


P-600

USAF/USN fighter proposal for Light Weight Fighter competition and YF-17A COBRA prototypes



P-610

COBRA intermediary variant; single engined P-530 derivative for Light Weight Fighter competition


P-630

USN F-18 HORNET fighter, production version of YF-18 (also known as MDD 267)


P-700

Advanced Tactical Fighter, F-X Program (N310, ND-102)


P-900

Bud Nelson's N353 Compact Efficient Fighter, Mission Adaptive Fighter
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