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British Aerospace (BAe) Project Aircraft (X-Planes)

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British Aerospace was a principle player of British aerospace in the Cold War period with plenty of forward-thinking designs to showcase.

There are a total of [ 10 ] British Aerospace (BAe) Project Aircraft (X-Planes) entries in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below by initial year-of-service descending (newest to oldest designs). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. Listing also includes base models from which experimentals were had from.

Picture of the BAe Systems Tempest FCAS
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BAe Systems Tempest FCAS
6th Generation Fighter Concept
Picture of the TAI Kaan (TF-X / F-X)
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TAI Kaan (TF-X / F-X)
5th Generation Fighter Project
Picture of the Boeing Phantom Works MQ-28A (Ghost Bat)
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Boeing Phantom Works MQ-28A (Ghost Bat)
Loyal Wingman / Attritable UAS
Picture of the BAe Systems Taranis
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BAe Systems Taranis
Technology Demonstrator / Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV)
Picture of the Northrop Grumman T-X (Model 400)
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Northrop Grumman T-X (Model 400)
5th Generation Advanced Jet Trainer Aircraft Proposal
Picture of the BAe Magma
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BAe Magma
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) / Technology Demonstrator
Picture of the BAe Systems Mantis
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BAe Systems Mantis
Unmanned Aircraft
Picture of the BAe P.110
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BAe P.110
Lightweight Multirole Fighter Proposal
Picture of the BAe P.103
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BAe P.103
Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) Fighter Study
Picture of the BAe Kingston P.1214 (X-Wing Fighter)
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BAe Kingston P.1214 (X-Wing Fighter)
Fighter-Interceptor Concept
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