Re: National Archives online

Message posted by wolfbane on April 05, 2003 at 9:38:58 PST:

Also, for the record...

MX-524 resembled the MX-324 flying wing - even the pilot position was prone. I have a copy of this MX-524
flying-wing - somewhere in storage. It defers from the
MX-653 (besides it's planform) by having six small liquid rocket engines (3 either side) on the trailing
edge. MX-410 is no longer classified, and all details of this is in the Maryland branch of the National Archives, this according to MIT personnel I corresponded with. It was developed by the MIT Radiation Laboratory 1943/45 (not 1944/45).

A word of advice; when it comes to classified don't depend too heavily on what the "officials" tell you or related "official ducuments." Wait for everything to
acknowledged in full.

Dreamland X-Press

In Reply to: Re: National Archives online posted by Andreas Parsch on April 05, 2003 at 7:00:05 PST:


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