Supermarine 4040-United Kingdom 1950's Cold War Era Vertical Take-off & Landing Design Project

A VTOL design project by the famous English Supermarine (1913-1960) from the 1950s and time of the "cold war" when everyone thought the USSR would destroy military air bases and commercial runways the world over requiring the need for vertical takeoff and landing flying machines of war. The Supermarine 4040 was never built. Digital images for David Myhra by world class digital artist Jozef Gatial. More

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About David Myhra

David Myhra, PhD, has written more than 100+ books and Ebooks on World War Two German flying machines, both proposed and built, pre and post war and their designers, than anyone living or dead, along with the VTOLs (Vertical Takeoff and Landing). He has researched and interviewed the German scientists that were captured and taken to the Soviet Union and forced to work on the supersonic DFS 346. He has interviewed dozens of former German aviation designers and gas turbine rocket scientists throughout the 1980's in places such as West Germany, East Germany, France, USA, South America and other countries. He was also involved in the production of numerous TV documentaries such as the History Channel’s 2005 “Nazi Plan to Bomb New York” and the National Geographic TV Channel’s 2009 documentary “Hitler’s Stealth Fighter” which featured the building of a full-scale replica of the Horten Ho 229 V3 by the Northrop Corporation and its radar cross section (RCS) testing at their classified radar test range in the California Mojave Desert.

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