25 Dec 2016 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 20

  1. Kamal Tailor 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    That's one very sexy plane!

  2. Joseph French 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    I remember in late 1967 it (YF-12) drop-in (Tyndell AFB, Fl) sound like a small earthquake…Later named SR-71

  3. Dipu Chako 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    Black bird

  4. Josh Rhodes 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    I guess it made financial sense somehow to cancel this plane. But I couldn't have done it. I blame the Clintons .. maybe

    Of course I always read the articles in Pop. Mech. and other magazines about how great the next planes were always going to be. But they never ended up building any of those.

    The 71 still stands as the pinnacle of aviation.

  5. Eric Poe 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    Magnificent creature. Uh, I mean creation.

  6. Wooooow

  7. carlos rodrigues 25 Dec 2016 Reply


  8. Brent Burzycki 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    Satellites killed this plane.. But I am sure there is something flying we know nothing about..

  9. Beautiful American built SR-71 .. Haabuu Haabuu ☺

  10. Jorge Sastoque 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    omg beauty

  11. Jeb Hoge 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    +Joseph French I've heard stories about that takeoff.

  12. Chris Rucker 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    It don't get any better than this.

  13. uun supriyanto 26 Dec 2016 Reply


  14. Adrian Kamerman 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    I have several pictures of the black bird when it came to Toronto for an airshow in the early 80s.

  15. Mehar Ali 27 Dec 2016 Reply


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  17. carol moon 22 Jan 2017 Reply

    Oh WOW!

  18. Joshua Garrett 11 Feb 2017 Reply

    wow jast wow

  19. Mike Minor 28 Aug 2018 Reply

    SR-71 Blackbird amazing for 190 tech. just imagine what we probably have today.

  20. Mike Minor 28 Aug 2018 Reply

    +Joseph French the YF-12 was the Fighter /Interceptor version of the A-12. 3 were made as prototypes before that program was canceled. The RS-71 was the military controlled version of the A-12.

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