25 Aircraft That Were Either Designed For Fun Or By Mistake

#19 – Northrop XB-35 – WWII

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Northrop XB-35, a trial flying wing substantial plane created for the United States Army Air Forces amid and soon after World War II. The Northrop HL-10 was one of five American heavyweight lifting body outlines flown at NASA’s Flight Research Center (FRC—later Dryden Flight Research Center) in Edwards, California, from July 1966 to November 1975 to consider and approve the idea of securely moving and finding a low lift-over-drag vehicle intended for reentry from space.