Resident retro rainbow rotorhead nerdy girl, uwu
- Nov 30, 2007
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Source: https://digital.klnpa.org/digital/collection/wcuburke/id/64Black and white negative concept drawing for the RVTO Mark III Fighter and Recon Convertiplane. The plane was intended for use by the United States Navy. It was designed by the Wilford Aircraft Corporation in Merion Station, PA in 1961. The plane was designed to take off and land like a helicopter would (Vertical Take Off and Landing; or VTOL) and fly like an airplane.
How did they plan to compensate the torque? I see no tail rotor equivalent.