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The VJ-101 C X1 at the German international airshow ILA 1964 in Hannover. Close-up of the RB 145 engines on the right wing. VJ-101 C X1 vertical take-off during the ILA. VJ-101 X1 in hover flight.
675 x 450, 33k 
680 x 350, 30k 
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VJ-101 C X2, mounted on the telescope stand with engines running and landing gear up. VJ-101 C X2 vertical take-off. The VJ-101 C X2 takes off regularly. The VJ-101 X2 in flight.
675 x 450, 38k 
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600 x 450, 26k 
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The VJ-101 X2 in flight. VJ-101 X1 during transition. VJ-101 C X2 vertical take-off with afterburner. VJ-101 C X2 in hover flight with additional supports under the wings to relieve the main gear in case of a hard landing.
400 x 233, 14k 
400 x 170, 8k 
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VJ-101 C X2 regular take-off. VJ-101 C X1 regular landing with landing parachute open. VJ-101 C X2 during transition. The VJ-101 hovering rig in flight, equiped with three RB 108 engines.
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The VJ-101 hovering rig on the ground. The VJ-101 C X1, mounted on the telescope stand. The VJ-101 C X2, mounted on the telescope stand. The VJ-101 C X1 during ground tests.
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450 x 300, 17k 
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Close-up of the two engines on the wing ends. Notice the wire grids covering the engine inlets to prevent foreign object damage during ground tests. VJ-101 C X1 vertical take-off. VJ-101 C X2, mounted on the telescope stand, with engines running. Engine covers partially removed. Pivot at the wing end with hydraulic and fuel pipe connections.
450 x 260, 23k 
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Aircraft nose with telemetry equipment. VJ-101 C X1 cockpit close-up.