• Titan Missle
  • Spuce Goose, obviously
  • SR71

The Goose under glass

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  1. Michael Casey 111 months ago | reply

    Hard to believe it even got off the ground. Amazing aircraft from an amazing visionary.

  2. misterbisson 111 months ago | reply

    The docent was incredibly pleased to tell us that the tail almost broke off during those few seconds in the air. He claimed Hughes hushed up the story and maintained the aircraft in flight ready condition to protect himself from further attacks from government accountants.

    Still, you're right: it's as long as a 747 and has a wider wingspan, and it did fly for that moment in 1947.

  3. shiloinns 70 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Shilo Inns Suites Hotel, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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