XF-91 with the installation of a radome nose. The aircraft in this configuration is now preserved at the USAF Museum in Dayton, Ohio.
Inverse taper swept wings, traditional horizontal and vertical tail, tandem landing gear, rear fuselage ventral rocket installation bulge, radome nose.
The first XF-91, 46-680, after conversion with the radome nose, designated YF-91A. USAFFTC photo courtesy of Raymond Puffer.
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