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Radio control SR-71 Blackbird.
Developed for the USAF as reconnaissance aircraft more than 40 years ago, SR-71s are still the world's fastest and highest-flying production aircraft. The aircraft can fly more than 2200 mph (Mach 3+ or more than three times the speed of sound) and at altitudes of over 85,000 feet. As research platforms, the aircraft can cruise at Mach 3 for more than one hour.
A Lockheed video showing the preparation for and execution of several record-setting flights, followed by the flight into the Farnborough air show back in 1974.
A bunch of fight scenes between Naruto and Sasuke timed to the song Goodbye by SR-71.
My 23rd music video, which i made a while ago but never uploaded it cause i thought it wasn't that great ._. well i hope someone enjoys this one
This plane was so fast that if it shot a bullet it would run into the bullet at around 200 mph. And to think it was designed in the late 50's and early 60's So here is a little t video I put together. Hope you enjoy!
Bleach amv with SR-71 with the song goodbye as a tribute to Aizen
Here's a video of Naruto that I found on Animemusicvideos****. It's my favorite AMV! Song:My world
The SR-71 Blackbird was in service from 1964 to 1998 and was operated by the U.S. Air Force from United States and select NATO air bases. Capable of speeds in excess of mach 3+(2,200 mph+) and 85,000 feet, the Blackbird was the most capable platform for strategic reconnaissance. It's ability to launch to a specific target and return with the required intelligence in a matter of hours was unsurpassed by any other platform or country. The SR-71 was developed by the infamous Lockheed Skunk Works and the primary construction material was a Titanium alloy. The two Pratt & Whitney J-58-P4/32,500 lb. thrust engines had aerospikes at the inlet of the engine. The spikes moved in and out in order to control the airflow through the engine during the transition from subsonic to supersonic speeds. This feature, coupled with the afterburners unique design, allowed the SR-71 to cruise in continuous afterburner with a high degree of efficiency.