Al Marsh

Sorry about your wings, old chap

September 9, 2009 by Alton K. Marsh, Senior Editor, AOPA Pilot

What appears to be a British news reel from 1942 reveals a stealthy looking airplaneĀ in Baltimore, Maryland, that is “…about to go into production.” The announcer seems quite excited about an airplane with no wings. We’re still waiting on that production thing. And why does the announcer have a British asccent?

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2 Responses to “Sorry about your wings, old chap”

  1. AFA14 Says:

    A plane with no wings? how exactly would that work and why is the british accent significant

  2. Al Marsh Says:

    See the video for how it works. As for explaining the significance of the accent, I’m speechless, or in this case writeless.

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