Northrop Aircraft Corporation

Compiled by Steve Pace

N-1, proposed two-engine flying wing bomber - N-1M scale model

N-2, XP-56 "Black Bullet," MX-14 (two built)

N-3, single-engine float-equipped patrol bomber - N-3PB for Norway

N-4, interceptor pursuit

N-5, interceptor pursuit

N-6, single-engine fighter for USN

N-7, wind tunnel model (no other information)

N-8, two-engine night interceptor pursuit, XP-61 (2), YP-61 (13) and production P-61A Black Widow, MX-563

N-9, four-engine flying wing bomber, XB-35, MX-140 (1/3rd scale models flew a N-9M, N-9MA and N-9MB designations)

YB-35

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

N-10, Turbodyne turboprop engine for U.S. Navy, XT37-3, MX-562

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

N-11, turbo supercharger for XT37

N-12, "Rocket Wing," powered test bed for XP-79, MX-324

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

N-13, welding development for magnesium alloy

N-14, rocket-powered flying wing interceptor pursuit, XP-79, MX-365

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

N-15, twin-engine cargo airplane

N-16, one-engine jet bomb, JB-1, MX-543 and two-engine jet bomb, JB-10, MX-554

N-17, Prothesis, investigations into artificial limbs

N-18, one engine jet bomb, JB-1B

N-19, Turbodyne turboprop for U.S. Army Air Corps, XT37-1, MX-562-B

N-20, photographic reconnaissance airplane, XF-15A Reporter, MX-758

F-15A-1-NO

N-21, night intruder, XP-61F, MX-563

N-22, water craft

N-23, three-engine cargo airplane – Pioneer

N-24, XP/XF-89 Scorpion, MX-808

N-25, guided missile, MX-775 - became Snark

N-25B, bomber defense decoy missile

N-26, X-4 Bantam (previously XS-4), MX-810 (also known as Skylancer)

N-27, deceleration of air screws (propeller reverser), MX-981

N-28, Rand Research

N-29, Nuclear Energy Propulsion for Aircraft (NEPA) Research

N-30, airborne vehicle (crash fire fighting)

N-31, medium bomber

N-32, assault transport, YC-125 Raider, MP-97

N-33, castering gear

N-34, ongoing NEPA Research; renamed Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion (ANP)

N-35, all-weather interceptor, F-89A, F-89B and F-89C Scorpion, MP-80

N-36, Pioneer

N-37, photographic reconnaissance airplane, RB-49A

N-38, photographic reconnaissance aircraft, RB-49A

N-39, RB-35B, YB-35 conversion to…

N-40, YB-49 flying wing bomber prototype, MX-661

N-41, YRB-49A

N-42, zero length launcher (ZELL) undercarriage, MP-131

N-43, test ZELL undercarriage for N-42, MP-131

N-44, missile guidance system for MX-775 Snark

N-45, turbo test bench

N-46, RB-49

N-47, RB-49

N-48, reductor test, EB-35

N-49, YF-89A Scorpion

N-50, YB-49, MP-56

N-51, YB-35B, MP-48

N-52, YRB-49A, MP-55

N-53, interceptor

N-54, RF-89A Scorpion

N-55, patrol airplane

N-56, dielectric panel

N-57, launch recorder for MX-775 Snark

N-58, ejection seat

N-59, carrier-based bomber airplane

N-60, anti-submarine warfare airplane

N-61, U.S. Navy fighter aircraft

N-62, Polar shelter

N-63, vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) convoy fighter, ‘POGO’

N-64, guidance system for MX-775 Snark

N-65, 1954 Interceptor program, WS-201A

N-66, production for Motorola

N-67, YF-89D Scorpion

N-68, F-89D Scorpion

N-69, XSM-62 Snark, MX-775

N-70, Sextant

N-71, YF-89E Scorpion; J71 engine test bed

N-72, armed systems for SM-62A Snark

N-73, launch booster rockets for SM-62 Snark, MP-131

N-74, tactical transport

N-75, photographic recorder for SM-62 Snark

N-76, flight characteristics

N-77, jet engine

N-78, magnesium protection

N-79, plastic nose section

N-80, N-69 (MX-775) flight characteristics

N-81, F-89F Scorpion

N-82, YF-89F Scorpion

N-83, Martin turret

N-83, hydraulic liquid test

N-84, Martin turret

N-85, missile installation - Hughes GAR-1, GAR-2 Falcon (MX-904) on F-89H/J Scorpion

N-86, 30mm gun installation (Gun-Val)

N-87, T-110 rocket launcher (Gun-Val)

N-88, rocket-propelled carriage

N-89, deceleration engine

N-90, servo mechanism

N-91, linear deceleration

N-92, laminar flow system

N-93, hydraulic reservoir

N-94, U.S. Navy embarked fighter

N-95, arrester barrier tests

N-96, bomber defense missile (BDM)

N-97, laminar flow system

N-98, fuel system

N-99, titanium fuselage

N-100, zinc pressings

N-101, magnesium moldings

N-102, lightweight jet fighter - Fang

N-103, all-weather interceptor

N-104, molded door

N-105, T-110 rocket launcher

N-106, steel moldings

N-107, jet propelled carriage

N-108, no information

N-109, Project HEAT

N-110, installation of J71 in F-89D

N-111, YB-62 Snark

N-112, target designator, QB-62 Snark

N-113, Project OGRE

N-114, Project SUPER OGRE

N-115, SM-62 ballistic warhead

N-116, vibrations research

N-117, installation of E-9 fire control system in F-89D (MX-904)

N-118, vibration dampener

N-119, heating structures

N-120, no information

N-121, Project DELTA

N-122, reinforced wing testing

N-123, air intake research

N-124, pilotless reconnaissance air vehicles - RSM-62 and RB-62 Snark (MX-1960)

N-125, warhead studies

N-126, Project DELTA SCORPION, Long Range Interceptor Experimental

N-132, Strategic Fighter Aircraft

N-134, High Altitude Missile

N-135, Strategic Missile

N-138, All-Weather Interceptor, F-89H

N-144, Long Range Interceptor

N-149, Long Range Interceptor

N-156T, trainer

N-156C, YF-5A

N-156F, F-5B

N-160, Project BELL BOY

N-164, Long Range Interceptor (WS-202A) – F-108

N-167, Long Range Interceptor

N-176, Supersonic Interceptor

N-184, lightweight medium-range interceptor

N-250, BLC airplane (X-21) from Douglas B-66

N-251, V/STOL operational demonstration aircraft

N-252 to N-284

N-285, USN advanced jet trainer

N-286, USAF close support fighter bomber

N-287, Northrop-produced Hawker P-1127 Kestrel

N-288, manned bomber attack missile

N-289, V/STOL demonstrator

N-290, high-lift F-5

N-291, advanced F-5A tactical fighter

N-292, F-5 suck-in doors, two-position gear and 4,350-lb thrust engines

N-293, Condor

N-294, advanced USN jet trainer (F-5B)

N-295, F-5B USN trainer (magnesium to aluminum)

N-296, F-5B USN trainer (strength L.G.)

N-297, inflated MAP F-5 configuration

N-298, F-5A-40-NO modification program to F-5C Skoshi Tiger configuration

N-299, advanced F-5 installation of J-1A (J100) engine

N-300, F-5X (P-530) - stretched F-5E Tiger 2

N-301, modified F-5B for TAC companion to N-298

N-302, Norway follow-on (F-5A)

N-303, Norway follow-on (F-5B)

N-304, USAF reconnaissance F-5 (RF-5), s/n 6058

N-305, F-5C – follow-on to N-298 - Skoshi Tiger

N-306, follow-on to N-301 (F-5D)

N-307, USAF reconnaissance RF-5 for Military Assistance Program

N-308, A-X Program (see N-312, N-320)

N-309, NASA V/STOL jet operations research aircraft

N-310, Advanced Tactical Fighter, F-X Program (P-700)

N-311, F-5-21 prototype

N-312, turbofan-powered A-X, became N-320, then YA-9A

N-313, V/STOL tactical fighter

N-314, twin GE-15-powered advanced E/M fighter (P-600 YF-17 Cobra)

N-315, baseline advanced E/M fighter

N-316, single F100-powered advanced E/M fighter with double air inlets

N-317, single GE-15 powered advanced E/M fighter

N-318, twin non-afterburning GE-15 powered advanced E/M fighter (P-600 YF-17 Cobra)

N-319, single F100-powered advanced E/M fighter with single air inlet

N-320, A-X competitive airplane, became YA-9A

N-321, P-610 Lightweight Fighter