Talk:Raiders of the Lost Ark

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Hope nobody minds me having gone ahead and screencapped this. I had the DVD on hand and figured what the heck. - Kooshmeister

It's all good. The guy that asked to have it put up didn't have a chance to get to it. Thanks for putting it together! Tleeg 11:34, 6 January 2011 (MST)

Flying Wing : Some Hypothesis

It is a fictional prop, based on historical Northrop Corporation designs and drawings by Ron Cobb of the Horten Ho 229. It also appears to have some inspiration, however subjective, from the Arado E.555/1 six-jet (BMW 003s, like those used on the real-world Heinkel He 162A Spatz) long-range, jet-powered flying wing bomber design proposal of late 1944.
The PIPE 27 December 2017‎ and 3 January 2018.