Overkill on the size of the engines, eh?
Maybe the pilot needs the extra power.
That's a NASA bird right? 😉
General Dynamics WB-57F ?
From that plane Kelly Johnston brought us the U2
Glad the tail says NASA and not NSA!😄
Isn't this a weather plane?
Martin WB-57F (Weather), a version of the RB-57F that was the spy plane.
"virus"? What do I know?
Based on Canberra
Let's see if NASA is smart to know ,what is up with a cup of coffee and creamer,makes my stomach snour ,if I drink coffee with out a cream I am okay.What is it?
+seide wolsabo you are lactose intolerant. Cream has milk.
…I believe this was based on the English Canberra…the second time the US purchased a British twin engine, they seem to be very good at them, the first time of course, was the Mosquito in WW2…
+Reo Cruz actually its not,it is from nasa but it certainly not a weather plane
I remember these in the late 60s early 70s they flew missions from KFB in Albuquerque N.M. because of the seclusion and altitude they where incredible to watch take off and land almost straight up unit they disappear into the stratosphere and land the same way , the wings where so big that they had to operate from bases that where 5000 ft above sea level,, Rip Stubby.
+Reo Cruz thanks I am using non dairy ,its just fine as with no creme.
Its so cool
Very cool looking. How high does it fly and how fast.
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