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List of flying wings

The following is a list of flying wings, their roles, successfulness, and countries of origin. A flying wing aircraft is one which has no distinct fuselage or tail, and the crew, engines and equipment are housed inside a thick wing, typically showing small nacelles, blisters and other housings.


|- |Horten H.IV||Germany||1941||Glider||Prototype||Four built. IV and IVa had a fuselage. |- |Horten H.Va, b, c||Germany||1937|| ||Prototypes||Two flown. Twin engined. Vb converted into Vc |- |Horten H.VII||Germany||1942||testbed/trainer||Prototype||Twin engined |- |Horten Ho 229 (H.IX)||Germany||1944||Fighter||Prototype||Two flown. |- |Horten H.X||Germany|| ||Fighter||Project||Jet powered. |- |Horten H.XI||Germany|| ||Glider|| || |- |Horten H.XII||Germany|| ||Experimental||Project||Powered variant of H IVb with laminar flow wing |- |Horten H.XIII||Germany|| ||Fighter||Project||Jet powered. |- |Horten H.XIV|| || ||Glider|| || |- |Horten H.XVIII||Germany|| ||Bomber||Project||Jet powered |- |Horten Parabola||Germany|| ||Glider||Project||Built but not flown. |- | McDonnell Douglas A-12 Avenger II ||United States||1991||Attack||Project|| |- |Northrop B-2 Spirit||United States||1989|

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