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Douglas X-3 Stiletto (1953); researching features needed to sustain supersonic speeds for NACA, Air Force and Navy. Unlike X-1 and X-2, X-3 was capable of ground take-off as opposed to being dropped from a mother plane.

Douglas X-3 Stiletto (1953); researching features needed to sustain supersonic speeds for NACA, Air Force and Navy. Unlike X-1 and X-2, X-3 was capable of ground take-off as opposed to being dropped from a mother plane.

A Royal Air Force Typhoon performing an air display at RAF Coningsby.

A Royal Air Force Typhoon performing an air display at RAF Coningsby.

A B-17 is towed by a truck across the Mad River Bridge to the United States Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio (1957)

A B-17 is towed by a truck across the Mad River Bridge to the United States Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio (1957)

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