From WWII to the B-2, the Evolution of the Flying Wing

May 08, 2013 No Comments by

The design of the flying wing, an aircraft type with no distinct fuselage or tail, goes back to the early days of evolution. Joe Pappalardo of Popular Mechanics retraced the design’s flight path through history.

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