Beautiful Climber | History of Flight | Air & Space Magazine

Beautiful Climber | History of Flight | Air & Space Magazine.

In the summer of ’58, nothing was faster to 50,000 feet.

Beautiful Jet!

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Filed under Airplanes, Flying, Good Stuff, History, Naval Aviation, Plane Pr0n

4 responses to “Beautiful Climber | History of Flight | Air & Space Magazine

  1. Steve

    Thanks for posting this, great read.

  2. Busbob

    Whoa, the part about the test pilot encountering 9 G’s with a new trim system was amazing. Buckled the wings, broke the engine mounts. The guy lands with the engine laying in the nacelle.
    Yawza. Living right on that day.

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