NACA Aircraft on Rogers Dry Lake : Stock Photo
NACA Aircraft on Rogers Dry Lake : Stock Photo

NACA Aircraft on Rogers Dry Lake

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A group picture of Douglas Airplanes, taken for a photographic promotion in 1954, at what is now known as the Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The photo includes the X-3 (in front--Air Force serial number 49-2892) then clockwise D-558-1, XF4D-1 (a Navy jet fighter prototype not flown by the NACA), and the first D-558-2 (NACA tail number 143, Navy serial number 37973), which was flown only once by the NACA.

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Max file size: 5,370 x 3,580 px (17.90 x 11.93 in) - 300 dpi - 7.37 MB
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