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|Type||Experimental aircraft, Reconnaissance aircraft, Military aircraft|
|Configuration||Twin boom aircraft|
|Propulsion||Piston aircraft, Twin-engine aircraft, Contra-rotating propeller aircraft|
|Author(s)||Emmanuel Baranger (3D, FDM)|
The Hughes XF-11 was an experimental 1940s reconnaissance aircraft by Hughes aircraft. A crash in 1946 nearly killed the test pilot Howard Hughes. This 1946 version had 2 counter-rotating props powered by 2 piston engines, which is the Flightgear version.
Note that the designation is not part of the later F-# fighter sequence; in that sequence see Grumman F-11 Tiger (formerly F11F Tiger under the Navy's designation before 1962).