Flying Wings and Tailless Aircraft
|This is an archive
of the last rendition of the TWITT website, circa 2020.
Additional materials, such as digital copies of
materials formerly available only to Members as noted in
the Add to Your Library area, will be added to this
archive as they are made available.
Nikolas Korakis was kind enough to spend time going through the entire archive and noting dead and incorrect links. He also provided additional materials which he felt had a place within the archive. These items are described and linked in the Addendum section.
The following links are directed toward pages within this archive. Please note, however, that subsequent links may be directed to other websites which no longer exist or to pages which generate errors. In such cases, using a search engine such as duckduckgo.com may be helpful in determining if the URL has changed or if the information is available through another source.
We have added the Boeing 306 Project Airpower article to the website. Click on the Airpower link to open the new page and view the article in full color.
Click here for the 1945 Horten Tailless Aircraft report published by the Combined Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee, G-2 Division, SHAEF (Rear) APO 413 authored by F/Lt. D.C. Appleyard, MAP and Lt. Cmdr. M.A. Biot, USNR. This paper was contributed by Paul Spatrisano.
Click here for a link listing of Horten IV drawings in PDF format contributed by Paul Spatrisano