Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
Using lessons learned during the war you find that there were many aircraft that advanced the art but failed to see production. This time we will look at variants of the same airframe with piston power, piston with additional jets, and pure jet power.
Continue reading Shaken and Stirred The Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
Note The Radiator Between the Engines
[image National Air Force Museum]
Towards the end of the war several unusual prototypes made their way off the drafting board. This modification was yet another example of an aircraft answering a need that didn’t actually exist.
Continue reading The Boeing XB-38 Watercooled Fortress
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Keeping up with the Jones during war time isn’t easy when they are the Germans and the British. We needed more power and we needed it now. So going with what we know we took two Allison V-1720′s and connected them together.
Continue reading When two engines are better then one – The Allison V-3420