The Vertol VZ-2

by Daniel Russ on February 13, 2014

 

 

 

Back in 1957 Army contracts were flying around, literally, from one experimental aerospace firm to the next. Vertical take off and landing was a major ongoing program and Vertol built a company based on the notion that someone could own this technology. The zeitgeist here was faster and cheaper. So the VZ-2 arrived on the scene using existing materials and a novel design

After 450 test flights and 34 full wing geometry transitions, the programmed was scrapped. This prototype is in the National Air and Space Museum

This video is wonderful.

 

 

sources: http://www.diseno-art.com, wiki

 

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