Canadair DYNAVERT CX-131
The unique Canadair CL-84 Dynavert was started as a company private venture in response to NATO specification. The NATO requirement provided for a transport, reconnaissance, SAR and ground support aircraft that could take-off vertically, perform short take-off and landings (STOL).
Canadair's response was a relatively conventional appearing design which featured a wing, complete with turboshaft engines powering large 14 ft (4.3 m) diameter rotors, that could be tilted upward through100 degrees. The tailplane and twin vertical stabilizer's also pivoted and the most unconventional f...
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