History's Most Dangerous Aircraft Models

Flying isn't for the faint of heart! It took a lot of trial and error before aviation experts were finally able to create safe aircraft.

Here are some of history's most dangerous crafts to enter the skies...

The Fisher P-75 Eagle

This plane was built to be the best of the best and it was a supposed symbol of victory. The "75" in the name was borrowed from a French 75-mm gun that turned the tides of World War I. Obviously, the "eagle" is meant to regard the United States. 


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