Manufacturer: Boeing

Model: M-735

Name: Twin Eagle

Type: Attack-fighter

Date: 2006

Status: Experimental

Country: United States

Service: U.S. Air Force (evaluation only)

Designation: none


A twin-fuselage Eagle... Why not? The original McDonnell Douglas F-15 looked so beautiful that even in this Siamese twin type configuration it retains some aesthetic value. Such a twin fuselage aircraft would add a lot of power and range, and the second cockpit could be used for either a navigator or a student pilot.

Think I'm crazy? Maybe... (Probably, actually!)

Viewers' comments:
  • IZ DED OF LOL!!! (Firevalkyrie)
  • Belated congratulations! What is the number of fins on the upper side? 2 or 3? (or else...) (Tophe2)
  • Well why not the P-51 had a twin form like this. And well the number designations of both are like parallel 15 and 51 (ONI-Defense)

My comments:

Not to mention the fact that the P-51 was redesignated F-51 late in its life! As for the tail fins, there are three I guess!