Hitler's Stealth Bomber

U.S. team rebuilds Nazi secret jet

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    The Ho 229 replica in a hangar at Northrop Grumman's facility in El Segundo, Calif.

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    Northrop Grumman engineers replicate the Ho 229's steel-and-wood frame.

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    The front edge of one the few remaining Horten Ho 229 fuselages at the Smithsonian Institution's Garber Restoration Facility in 2000.

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    The rear of the Smithsonian's Horten Ho 229 fuselage at the Garber Restoration Facility in 2000.

    Michael Katzmann/Wikimedia Commons
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    The front edge of the Ho 229 replica built by Northrop Grumman.

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    The Ho 229 replica with period-appropriate backdrop in a rented hangar used for historical-recreation scenes.

    Myth Merchant Films

 

 

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