The Pogo Plane, so-called because of its tail-down landing/take-off
attitude, was the first significant air-breathing engine designed
by Reed Richards. Employing new turbine blade configurations
and a new titanium-alloy process, Richards increased overall
engine performance to a very high weight-to-thrust ratio of
The Pogo Plane has a maximum level flight airspeed of Mach
2.3, a maximum altitude of 130,000 feet. Maximum rate-of-climb,
sea level to 20,000 feet: 1.3 minutes. Maximum flight radius,
normal service cargo: 2,170 miles.
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