newsdeskdan, i dont know whats is the book, if there is nothing on page 18-Ok, then i need only page 17 and 19 ;Dnewsdeskdan said:Vladimir, aren't you even a little bit curious about what's on page 18?Vladimir said:Thans to all for posts! But, Guys, did any one have scanned pages with Horten's projects from Ingolf Meyer's Luftwaffe Advanced Aircraft Projects to 1945 Volume 2: Fighters & Ground-Attack Aircraft Lippisch to Zeppelin? According to newsdeskdan its pages 17-19...
I did see a UK technical report from 1941 or 42 that outlined this in theory, how a RAM would work, what materials might be suitable etc. It was in the back of an old textbook but could probably be found in TNA.newsdeskdan said:They were not working on materials that had anything to do with radar either. I would ask you to show me a single WW2 document that mentions the effect of aircraft shapes or materials with regard to radar but I know that such a thing does not exist.
Well, we could speak of a drawing with source garde 1 (I would highly recommend thisVladimir said:Hi, not fictional, but rather reconstruction from texstual report
No difference to what was said before, I think: A reconstruction which isn't based onVladimir said:... reconstruction, reconstruction attempt by Ingolf Meyer. ...
Hi, JemibaJemiba said:
The same as the image posted by Justo in Reply 127 but with the tyres and canopy coloured in. Another popular Horton X design from the 1990s for which there is (seemingly) no historical evidence whatsoever.Vladimir said:Hi, another Horten X 3-view
Went to the home page and bookmarked it, a highly interesting website.PaulMM (Overscan) said:Original source article is by Mitch Williamson http://www.germanaircraftwwii.org/2015/04/german-interest-in-flying-wings-and.html