Yellow 6 and 5 flight over North Africa, 1948.
Nose air intake feed the big turboshaft engine whose exhaust can be seen below the forward fuselage. The 7,800 shp shaft drive the rear-mounted contra-rotating propeller (100% power transmission for full speed flight), or also mid-fuselage lift fan (78% power) for vertical take-off and landing.
Like a missile, part of lift during high speed flight is created by the fuselage, and the rest by the fins.
Rear upper fins are all-moving control surfaces.