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De Lackner HZ-1 Aerocycle, 1954

The balance-driven de Lackner Aerocycle was built with the dual hope of flying single-man reconnaissance missions and building the greatest Bond-villain chair of all time. A pair of crashes grounded the idea, but the dream lived on.

The Suspended Monorail Bicycle, 1892 - The future: both coming at us at light speed and always far far away.

The Hotchkiss Bicycle Railway, a suspended monorail bicycle system which ran from Mount Holly to Smithville in New Jersey, USA. The bicycles were bidirectional, with handlebars at each end.

Curtiss Autoplane

The very first working flying car prototype was built in 1917 by Glenn Curtiss.

Wing in Ground Effect (WiGE) vehicle, with maritime deployment in mind (possible SOAR applications).

Wing in Ground Effect (WiGE) vehicle, with maritime deployment in mind (possible SOAR applications).

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Is Truth Stranger than Photoshop?

Guess which of the these aircraft photos are real and which are ’shopped.

The Flying Platform. Constructed as part of an Army-Navy program in the mid-1950s to develop a one-man flying vehicle that could be controlled with minimal training.

US Military Demonstrates Experimental Hiller Flying Platform

Kellett-Hughes XH-17 "Flying Crane" helicopter - development history, photos, technical data

Kellett-Hughes XH-17 "Flying Crane" helicopter - development history, photos, technical data

UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHS FROM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Update: 'Found,' Unpublished Photographs From National Geographic

Dummy pilot and seat soar, as engineers test a catapult escape system in Arizona, March Photograph by Robert Sisson, National Geographic ”

The plane which could mean non-stop flights from the UK to Australia (but you'll have to wait until 2050 to try it) [The Future of Aviation: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/aircraft/]

How 'blended wing' plane could mean non-stop UK to Australia flights

The Future Of Aviation by KLM AHEAD aircraft (Advanced Hybrid Engine Aircraft Development)

The B-52 Just Keeps on Flying | Flight Today | Air & Space Magazine

The B-52 Just Keeps on Flying | Flight Today | Air & Space Magazine

concept ships: Machines of Adventure by Mike Jelinek

Our good friend Mike Jelinek has a great book featuring various technical vehicle designs titled Machines of Adventure.

Back at their base, East Wretham, Norfolk, two members of the crew of Avro Lancaster B Mark II, DS669 ‘KO-L’, of No. 115 Squadron RAF, examine the rear of their aircraft, where the rear turret, with its unfortunate gunner, was sheared off by bombs dropped from an aircraft flying above, during a raid on Cologne on the night of 28/29 June 1943.

Crewmembers inspect tail of 115 Squadron Lancaster Mark II which had its rear turret sheared off by bombs dropped from above during a raid on Cologne

The Death Angeles counter measures

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