The Fisher P-75 Eagle was an interceptor aircraft developed to meet an urgent USAAF requirement.



Designed to combine major assemblies from exsisting aircraft with a mid mounted piston engine, the first of eight prototype XP-75 aircraft made it's first flight on 17 November 1943.[1]


  1. Of these, four would be mounted in the fuselage, and synchronished to fire between the prop blades. The remaining six would be unsynchronised, and mounted in the wings.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Green, William and Gordon Swanborough. Complete Book of Fighters. Salamander Books. 2001. ISBN 1-84065-269-1 Page 212

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