An air-launched, self-recovering autonomous vehicle concept by J. W. Rutherford, V. F. Wells


By J. W. Rutherford, V. F. Wells

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Engines mounted high on leading edge of wing. Swept fin and rudder with low-set tapered tailplane. Some models have wingtip fuel tanks. Variants: PA·30 Twin Comanche B - third cabin window on each side and optional fifth/sixth seats. Optional turbocharged engine; PA-30 Twin Comanche C - improved 10-320 engines. Optional wing tiP tanks; PA 30 Twin Comanche C/R - with contra-rotating propellers to eliminate torque effects - became known as PA-39 from 1971; also turbocharged option with TI0-320-C1A engines.

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