- Aug 30, 2016
- Reaction score
Yeah, I asked about it while I was there, and got the same response. That's why I figured you guys might have more info to work with...I contacted the Director at Yanks museum and he said that the model was donated and that he did not have any information concerning the manufacturer, project, model number, etc.
Not possible, as the model is mounted with the ventral surface permanently facing the wall.could you provide picture of lower side of the model?
Not possible, as the model is mounted with the ventral surface permanently facing the wall.
To my eye, it looks like a sleeker X-32.
Hmmm... Nose profile's off, and there's no tailerons on the wind tunnel model, but I can certainly see a similarity.I think you have something there.
To this day the X-32 is lambasted for its atrocious looks, but Boeing's final vision for its F-32 fighter was markedly different in appearance.www.thedrive.com
The X-32 is a technology demonstrator which was designed for the Joint Strike Fighter program. It was manufactured and designed by Boeing. Two have been built: the X-32A, the demonstrator for CTOL and carrier operations, and the X-32B, which was used for STOVL demonstrations. 1 Description 2...aircraft.fandom.com