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Douglas X3

Information and pictures on the aircraft, Stiletto.

Douglas D-558-II "Skyrocket" (Bu 37974) Was a Research Rocket Plane Built to Investigate Flight in the Mach 2–3 Range.

Douglas Skyrocket: Rocket and jet-powered supersonic research aircraft…

SR-71 BLACKBIRD - WITH PIGGYBACK DRONE ATTACHED

Rare photos of the Blackbird ,look closely and you will see a supersonic drone siting on its back ,waiting to be deployed into enemy skies. Where were you in sixty two! Timothy B.

B-52 out of EAFB , Tail number 008 worked on this plane. Father-in-law machined parts for the X-15 project.

out of EAFB , Tail number 008 worked on this plane. Father-in-law machined parts for the project.

The DH-108, the first British aircraft to break the sound barrier. With german captured aerodynamics data...

de Havilland DH 108 "Swallow", experimental aircraft, the first British aircraft to break the sound barrier

C-124C Globemaster II

The Douglas Globemaster II, nicknamed "Old Shaky", was a heavy-lift cargo aircraft built by the Douglas Aircraft Company. The was the primary heavy-lift transport for United States Air Force Military Air Transport Service (MATS) during the and early

Douglas X-3 Stiletto Pilot Major Chuck Yeager, Edwards Air Force Base, 1953

Douglas Stiletto Pilot Major Chuck Yeager, Edwards Air Force Base, 1953 he gave me my SGT.

US Air Force Douglas X-3 Stiletto, an experimental aircraft that was designed to exceed Mach 2, but never even achieved Mach 1 during level flight testing. (Photo: US Air Force)

US Air Force Douglas Stiletto, an experimental aircraft that was designed to exceed Mach but never even achieved Mach 1 during level flight testing. (Photo: US Air Force)

Ryan X-13 Vertijet

Ryan Vertijet (company designation Model was an experimental Vertical Take-Off and Landing aircraft flown in the United States in the

X-15.  More of a rocket with wings and one of my favorite aircraft.

The Space Shuttle was NOT the first 'flown' re-entry, The was! The greatest hypersonic rocket powered aircraft of all time!

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