Bell P-59 Airacomet
The following images were kindly provided by Howard Mason.
The P-59 Airacomet was the first U.S. jet aircraft developed to test the first U.S. jet engine the General Electric I-A. The prototype XP-59A flew in 1942. Although much was learned from this aircraft, it's performance was not significantly better than contemporary piston-engined fighters. After a limited production run, the Airacomet was taken out of service in 1946 (Source).
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The followingimages were taken at US Air Force Museum, Wright Patterson
and contributed by Dennis Sparks.