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Northrop, based in Falls Church, Va., makes fuselages and radars for the F-35 combat jet, large military drones, and satellites along with surveillance and communications systems, many of them classified.
With a fuselage originally designed to airdrop an M551 Sheridan tank, a Hercules could carry about 16 of the reusable drones.
That same year, Kearny Real Estate purchased the business park that would become synonymous with SpaceX. Once a Northrop Corp. facility, the entire 86-acre property was being used to manufacture fuselages for Boeing’s massive 747 aircraft.
Crew members clambered up a metal ladder into the fuselage.
Aerion is fast, with a top speed of Mach 1.5 thanks to its relatively short, thin, carbon-fibre wings which vastly reduce friction drag, and long fuselage.
The fuselage and body parts of aircraft and rockets are made from advanced materials processed in industrial ovens.
Boeing says that should not negate the duties because Airbus and Bombardier would import fuselages and wings and merely be assembling in the United States.
The length of the nose and cockpit design, which is embedded in the fuselage, both limit the pilot's field of view significantly.
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Origin and Etymology of fuselage
First Known Use: 1909See Words from the same year
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