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Fairey Rotodyne by amphalon, via Flickr

The Fairey Rotodyne was a British compound gyroplane designed and built by Fairey Aviation and intended for commercial and military applications.

Another one of Kamov’s famous co-axial designs, a Ka-32A/AO conducts firefighting training. Derived from the Ka-27 ‘Helix’ airframe, the Ka-32 is a helicopter that was designed for the civilian world....

Another one of Kamov’s famous co-axial designs, a conducts firefighting training. Derived from the ‘Helix’ airframe, the is a helicopter that was designed for the civilian world.

Sikorsky S-97 Raider - US Army weighs first rotorcraft variant for Future Vertical Lift

The US Army’s requirement for a next-generation armed scout platform to replace the acclaimed Bell Kiowa has been around since the Light Helicopter Experimental (LHX) programme of the

Horton Wingless Airplane holding for takeoff on test flights, Orange County Airport, January 1954. This image was shown in an exhibit entitled "Through the Lens of Robert Geivet: Orange County in the Post War Era, 1946-1962" at the Old Courthouse Museum in Santa Ana, California, March 15 to August 31, 2008.

Horton Wingless Airplane holding for takeoff on test flights, Orange County Airport, January 1954 :: OC Stories

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