Four complete engine nacelles can be carried by B−36 in these pods under wings
De Havilland Heron, British 4-engine feeder-liner. Cruising speed is 160 mph.
Jet night fighter. British Gloster Meteor NF.11 adapted from standard fighter for night duty. Plane has large radome in the nose, a two-place cockpit for pilot and radar operator, and can carry extra fuel in a large belly tank to extend operational range.
Finnmark 5A. An all-metal Norwegian flying boat specially designed for Arctic climatic conditions. Carries 14 people. Span 55'-9". Engines P&W Wasps of 600 hp each. Maximum speed, 190 mph.
Aero-Commander by Aero-Design & Engineering Corporation, Culver City, California. A new executive transport. Span 43'-10"; engines two Lycomings, 190 hp each.
T-6 Captivair used at Randolph AFB for familiarization of cadets with aircraft prior to flight instruction.
Flying Wing Sailplane designed by Vanderbilt University's Franklin Farra. shown in cockpit on the right. First exhibited during National Soaring Meet in Texas. Construction is entirely of wood, covered with fabric reinforced plywood. Pilot has to extend arms in wings to control craft. Tail cone fits over occupant's legs. Span 25'-4", length 7'-4". Was not flown. All control surfaces are at the wing tips.
Kahru 48. Finnish four-place personal plane designed to be used on wheels, skis or floats. Powered by a 190 hp Lycoming engine. Span 37'-10", length 25'-9". Speed 140 mph. Range over 400 miles.