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Some of the Coolest Aircraft Ever Built were Featured at the Only Public Air Show in XB-70 Valkyrie History
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Some of the Coolest Aircraft Ever Built were Featured at the Only Public Air Show in XB-70 Valkyrie History
After a Nuclear Weapon Test a B-36 was So Radioactive that it had to be Parked Away from other Peacemaker Bombers at Carswell AFB. It was Scrapped a year later.
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
After a Nuclear Weapon Test a B-36 was So Radioactive that it had to be Parked Away from other Peacemaker Bombers at Carswell AFB. It was Scrapped a year later.
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SR-71 RSO tells the story of when he and his pilot were able to land their crippled Blackbird after it experienced a catastrophic engine failure while flying at Mach 2.88 at 68,000 feet
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / SR-71 Blackbird
SR-71 RSO tells the story of when he and his pilot were able to land their crippled Blackbird after it experienced a catastrophic engine failure while flying at Mach 2.88 at 68,000 feet
Impressive video shows gigantic B-36 Peacemaker buzzing Fort Worth Neighborhood
Cold War Era / Military Aviation
B-36 Crew Member tells The story behind the video of the infamous Peacemaker ‘Buzz Job’ over Fort Worth Neighborhood
The Only Public Air Show in XB-70 Valkyrie History Featured some of the Coolest Aircraft Ever Built
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The Only Public Air Show in XB-70 Valkyrie History Featured some of the Coolest Aircraft Ever Built
Former BUFF driver explains B-52D’s Emergency Procedures
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Former BUFF driver explains B-52D’s Emergency Procedures
Impressive video shows gigantic B-36 Peacemaker buzzing Fort Worth Neighborhood
Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Impressive video shows gigantic B-36 Peacemaker buzzing Fort Worth Neighborhood
Remembering the 1952 Carswell AFB Tornado that damaged two-thirds of SAC’s B-36 Force
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Remembering the 1952 Carswell AFB Tornado that damaged two-thirds of SAC’s B-36 Force
How the B-36 Peacemaker bomber survived to five cancellation attempts during its career
Military Aviation
THIS PHOTO OF B-36 CREWS STANDING ON TOP OF THE BOMBER WING CLEARLY SHOWS WHY THE PEACEMAKER WAS THE LARGEST PISTON ENGINE AIRCRAFT EVER PRODUCED
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