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Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) 1994-1996

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Joint Strike Fighter (69k) Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) proposal from Boeing
Joint Strike Fighter (44k) STOVL variant of the Boeing JAST proposal with an adjustable engine inlet to increase airflow to the single engine
Joint Strike Fighter (98k) Boeing JAST concept dropping a bomb from its internal weapons bay
Joint Strike Fighter (78k) Subscale vehicle testing the vertical engine thrust concept used aboard the Boeing JAST proposal
Joint Strike Fighter (18k) Evolution of the Boeing design for JAST culminating in the X-32
Joint Strike Fighter (28k) JAST concept from Northrop Grumman illustrating the thrust vectoring approach used for STOVL flight
Joint Strike Fighter (56k) Northrop Grumman JAST design with a single vertical tail, no horizontal tails, and small canards
Joint Strike Fighter (35k) Wind tunnel model of an early JAST concept developed by McDonnell Douglas and British Aerospace with separate vertical and horizontal tails
Joint Strike Fighter (37k) JAST concept similar to the eventual McDonnell Douglas design except fitted with canards

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