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  • Letter From Aviation History: No Runway Required

    What accounts for our endless fascination with vertical takeoff and landing? If you’re of a certain age and followed aerospace developments in the late 1950s and 1960s, you witnessed an endless procession of VTOL projects that seemed to signal a new era of vertical flight. But of the many designs proposed during that imaginative era, …


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