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|National origin||United States|
|Developed into||Northrop F-5|
It was powered by one General Electric J79 turbojet engine, though the designers believed two engines would increase the reliability and safety margin. It loosely formed the basis of the F-5 fighter family.
- "A Rand note" (1787 to 1798). Rand Corporation. 1982: 60. Cite journal requires
- General Electric Company (1979). Seven decades of progress: a heritage of aircraft turbine technology. Fallbrook, CA: Aero Publishers. p. 108. ISBN 0-8168-8355-6.
- Lorell, Mark A.; Levaux, Hugh P. (1998). The cutting edge: a half century of fighter aircraft R&D. RAND Corporation. p. 114. ISBN 0-8330-2595-3.
- US 180297, "Aircraft", published 14 May 1957, assigned to Northrop Aviation
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