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High-flying jet displayed
Alternative Title
Valley Times Photo Collection
This project was supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian
Made accessible through a grant from the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation and Photo Friends
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Photograph was edited for publication purposes
Photograph article dated July 24, 1963 partially reads, "The Lockheed - California Co. unveils a new brand of supersonic jet aircraft today - the NF-104A aerospace trainer - designed to fly regularly at nearly 25 miles high in the sky. This is higher than man has ever flown an airplane from a ground take-off under its own power." Lockheed test pilot J. F. Woodman checks new jet. NF-104A trainer to fly at 120,000 feet.
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm.
Photographic prints
Valley Times Collection
Lockheed-California Company
Aircraft industry--California--San Fernando Valley
Men--California--San Fernando Valley
Supersonic planes--United States
Airplanes, Military--United States
Airplanes, Military--Flight testing
Test pilots--United States
San Fernando Valley (Calif.)
Valley Times Collection photographs

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