Vought F7U Cutlass
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An F7U Cutlass of VF-83 is catapulted from the deck of USS Intrepid - 1954
"VOUGHT F7U CUTLASS". An F7U Cutlass of VF-83 is catapulted from the deck of USS Intrepid - 1954. TheÂ Vought F7U CutlassÂ was aÂ United States NavyÂ carrier-basedÂ jet fighterÂ andÂ fighter-bomberÂ of the earlyÂ Cold WarÂ era. It was aÂ tailless aircraftÂ for which aerodynamic data from projects of the GermanÂ AradoÂ and Messerschmitt companies, obtained at the end ofÂ World War IIÂ through German scientists who worked on the projects, contributed; though Vought designers denied any link to the German research at the time. The F7U was the last aircraft designed byÂ Rex Beisel, who was responsible for the first fighter ever designed specifically for the U.S. Navy, theÂ Curtiss TS-1Â of 1922.