December 3, 2003

A top-down aerial view of the only operational McDonnell XP-67
built during WW II. The bat-winged XP-67 was designed in 1939,
and was fitted with supercharged engines and could mount
either four or six 37mm cannon. This one-of-a-kind aircraft
was destroyed in a fire in 1944, and period pictures of it in flight
are rare. You can read more about this unique warbird here.