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Mid-Atlantic Air Museum - Black Widow of Night Fighter Squadron. It was the first operational U. military aircraft designed specifically for night interception of opposing aircraft, and was the first aircraft specifically designed to use radar.
World War II Fighters - United States: Northrop Black Widow
The Black Widow The was America's first night fighter designed specifically for that role. As large as some medium bombers, but capable of MPH speeds, a take-off roll of feet and landing speeds of 70 to 80 mph.
P-61 Black Widow
NORTHROP "Black Widow" in flight. Northrop Black Widow night fighter had pilot, radar operator, and gunner.
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Northrop Black Widow of Night Fighter Squadron US Army Air Force in flight over Italy, Spring This aircraft survived the war, but crashed on takeoff at Linz-Horsching, Austria Oct 1945 because engine failure.