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Fighter Designs with Central Propeller

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Must express thanks Hesham for interesting discovery (anyway for me).,
J.Carrfarrelli for explanation.
On like to scheme and approximately in ditto time were designed :
a fighter Belyaev I-370 (1939-1940),
and airplane R.V.HAZZARD (patent 04.22.1941),
except Daimler Benz DB Jager , schematic alike him Blohm Voss BV P.192.01
http://www.luft46.com/bv/bvp192.html
 

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Vahe Demirjian

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Hi,

from Flightglobal I found two drawings to aircraft may be fighters,
who was P. Taylor? and they also spoke about Convoy aircraft.
http://www.flightglobal.com/FlightPDFArchive/1942/1942 - 0099.pdf

Edit : Picture and link to the Flight article about the "Convoy fighter" were moved to
this topic:http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,17590.msg167606.html#new
The link to which the pic and link were moved is now broken. On page 20 of Flying Wings and Radical Things: Northrop's Secret Aerospace Projects 1939-1994 is an illustration of a variant of the proposed N-6 pusher fighter with a central propeller.
 

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