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The Martin Marietta X-24A was an experimental US aircraft developed from a joint USAF-NASA program named PILOT (19631975). It was designed and built to test lifting body concepts experimenting with the concept of unpowered reentry and landing later used by the Space Shuttle.

The Martin Marietta X-24A was an experimental US aircraft developed from a joint USAF-NASA program named PILOT (19631975). It was designed and built to test lifting body concepts experimenting with the concept of unpowered reentry and landing later used by the Space Shuttle.

February 4th 1969: The last flight of the Valkyrie as the North American Aviation XB-70A-1-NA departed on its very last flight from Edwards Air Force Base  to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Ohio. NASA Test Lieutenant Colonel Pilot Fitzhugh L. Fulton Jr. and Lieutenant Colonel Emil Sturmthal taxied the Valkyrie up to the USAF museum where her engines wound down for for the final time and her log books were turned over to the museum curator. by full_afterburner

February 4th 1969: The last flight of the Valkyrie as the North American Aviation XB-70A-1-NA departed on its very last flight from Edwards Air Force Base to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Ohio. NASA Test Lieutenant Colonel Pilot Fitzhugh L. Fulton Jr. and Lieutenant Colonel Emil Sturmthal taxied the Valkyrie up to the USAF museum where her engines wound down for for the final time and her log books were turned over to the museum curator. by full_afterburner

Bell X-14 The jet-propelled, vertical rising Bell X-14, being developed for the USAF, undergoing initial flights. To NASA as 243 in 1959. Redesignated X-14A in 1962. Converted to X-14B in

Bell X-14 The jet-propelled, vertical rising Bell X-14, being developed for the USAF, undergoing initial flights. To NASA as 243 in 1959. Redesignated X-14A in 1962. Converted to X-14B in

Outstanding photos of the X-15, the fastest manned rocket plane ever

Outstanding photos of the X-15, the fastest manned rocket plane ever

Andy D Annandale-Johnston added 270 new photos to the album: Awesome Aircraft Photos XII.

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