XF-91 Prototype Thunderceptor, Radome Nose

XF-91 with the installation of a radome nose. The aircraft in this configuration is now preserved at the USAF Museum in Dayton, Ohio.

Indentification Features:
Inverse taper swept wings, traditional horizontal and vertical tail, tandem landing gear, rear fuselage ventral rocket installation bulge, radome nose.

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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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