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Hustler Hardware_circa 1961
Hustler Hardware: The B-58 Hustler was the first supersonic bomber put into production and the first bomber capable of reaching Mach 2. This Hustler (US Air Force serial number 59-2456) was part of a group of 86 B-58As built at the then-Convair facility in Fort Worth, Texas. This image from about 1962 shows the aircraft carrying the BLU-2B two component pod (fuel to the bottom, nuclear weapon on the top) on the aircraft centerline; four B-43 free-fall nuclear weapons under the wings; and the…
Boeing B-52F roll-out and tail detail. Note the tail is folding down for hangar exit on the new B-52F in the background. The tail detail in the foreground shows the tail gunner crew entry hatch (right), the drag chute compartment door (middle) and the ammunition access door (left). (U.S. Air Force photo)
Aviation Photo #4326329: Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress - NASA
On display at Edwards AFB North Gate. - Photo taken at Edwards - AFB (EDW / KEDW) in California, USA on March 10, 2017.