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V-44 Quad Tiltrotor

Country of Origin: USA


The Quad Tiltrotor (QTR), also called the V-44 because it had twice the number of rotors as the V-22 Osprey, was to use most of the Osprey concepts, but on a much larger scale to quickly transport massive amounts of material and troops and insert them into the battlefield.

The QTR design sought to eliminate choke points on the ground, provide multiple supply routes and cause the enemy to cover every possible route. Because the QTR could land almost anywhere, commanders would be...

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