I know, I've got pics if anyone wants them. The one shown here also has stretches to the fuselage and a larger spine that current AV-8Bs.fightingirish said:A MDD AV-8B flew with wingtip rails during the 90's.
Yep, drop me a note with your email address adn I'll send 'em off.Pioneer said:Yes the wingtip Sidewinder equiped AV-8B Harrier II flew on 30 November 1994.
Has anyone got photos of this test aircraft?
I have the impression that definitive rebuilt Harrier for the RAF would have featured a standard GR.3 nose section.harrier said:Like this..?
So the 3-view I posted is from 1978, and the 3-view that you posted represents the definitive "big wing" Harrier I proposal? Did the Sea Harrier nose section indicate the presence of the Blue Fox, or similarly sized, radar set?harrier said:See my post above (I think we crossed in timing). This is the original re-winging idea (1976) with LERX added, so dated about 1978. It is the Salamander GA I mentioned, I forgot it had LERX. The other GA is from 1980.
Ooooh! Looky what I found on my hard drive:overscan said:Finally, a little OT: AV-16
The one I based my illustration on was the S-6, I think there's a 3v of it one of the BSP books (can't remember which one right off hand, though).overscan said:AV-16 was a whole bunch of configurations, the one I posted was 6 I think.