Kiruba Nandhan

Kiruba Nandhan

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Need good luck for my classes sooooo am going to repost!!!

The good luck bacon. But of course, having bacon at ANY time is good luck.


While I question the authenticity of this picture, I think it's awesome. And I'm mildly obsessed with the Orca whale. And this would be scary/awesome/a dream come true!

SR-71 Blackbird

Lockheed Blackbird: An air-to-air right side view of an strategic reconnaisance aircraft flying over a mountain range. The aircraft is known as the "Blackbird.

SR-71 Blackbird

Lockheed Martin Blackbird SR 71 Tarmac Take Off = Although not technically a stealth aircraft, the was hard for enemy SAM systems to spot because it was designed with a low radar cross section in mind.


The Lockheed Blackbird (so named for its heat-resistant black paint) first flew in and since that time it has remained the world's fastest aircraft.


SR 72 Black Bird Spy plane ( sustained damage / not specified how damage occurred as classified incident at time photo was taken ) ✔️

Rare photos of the SR-71 Blackbird show its amazing history

the two-seat was a proposed interceptor variant of the original single-seat spyplane developed for the CIA during Project Oxcart; note that the lifting "chines" here stop short of blending all the way to the tip of the nose, unlike in the later

Cosmosphere: SR-71 Blackbird Pilot at Cosmosphere This Weekend – Free Presentations

As you can see, the was one of the early examples of a stealth aircraft, featuring a dark black/blue paint that earned it the name "Blackbird." There were only 32 Blackbirds ever built.

First Flight The official first flight for CIA and US Air Force representatives took place on 30 April and went off smoothly. Eight days later, Lockheed test pilot Lou Schalk took the supersonic for the first time.