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Miles M.63B jet mail aircraft project

hesham

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Hi,

the Miles company designed the M.63B,a high speed long range
mail-carrier aircraft project,and can be powered by either two
RR Derwent Vs or by three Power Jet W.2/700S.
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1946/1946%20-%200958.html?search=canard%20aircraft%20project%201944
 

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This schematic is from an article in The Aeroplane entitled "Before The V Bombers". Looks pretty much like this one though.
 

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Found the text for this one.
 

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I found this while cataloging a copy of the 1946 printing of Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion for Aircraft, by G. Geoffrey Smith, M.B.E. into the museum's collection.
 

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There's good coverage of it, and related designs, in Tony Buttler's book on British Experimentals of WW II.
 

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The Artist said:
I found this while cataloging a copy of the 1946 printing of Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion for Aircraft, by G. Geoffrey Smith, M.B.E. into the museum's collection.

Nice find my dear Artist.
 

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