ACS X-4

The X-4 Bantam was a model little twin-fly flying machine fabricated by Northrop Corporation in 1948. It had no even tail surfaces, depending as an alternate option on joined together lift and aileron control surfaces (brought elevons) for control in pitch and roll state of mind, well-nigh precisely in the way of the comparative-configuration, rocket-controlled Messerschmitt Me 163 of Nazi Germany’s Luftwaffe.

ACS X-4

ACS X-4

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