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Avro Arrow (RL-202) (after a "difficult" landing) The CF-105 - one of the most revolutionary aircraft of the early jet age. A victim of a CIA campaign? You decide - the conspiracy stories are quite interesting.
Interesting Pictures of the Declassified Supersonic US Air Force Flying Saucer
Photo credit: Strange CosmosAccording to a declassified document, this saucer was supposed to reach a top speed of between Mach 3 and Mach 4, with a ceiling of over 100,000 ft. and a maximum range with allowances of about 1,000 nautical miles. A completed build would be capable of spinning through E
Back in '77, we were amazed by the DeLorean prototype
It's 1977. The DeLorean isn't even a pop phenomenon yet. Marty McFly and Doc Brown are years in the future. Before the DMC-12 officially existed, we were blown away.
THE ARROW isn't coming back, folks…
AND NEITHER IS the Orenda Iroquois PS-13… "IT'S THE CLOSET THING CANADIAN INDUSTRY has to a love story and a murder mystery. THE AVRO ARROW, a sleek white jet interceptor developed in Malton, Ontario in the 1950's, could have been many things. It might have become the fastest plane in the world, Canada's best defence against Soviet bombers, the catalyst to propel Canada to the forefront of the aviation industry. Instead, it became a $400-million pile of scrap metal, and the stuff of legends…
Avro Museum is a charitable non-profit volunteer organization building a 60% scale piloted replica of the Avro Arrow which is under way at our Springbank Airport hangar, west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Avro Arrow blueprints on display after sitting in Sask. man's home for decades | CBC News
Thanks to an intrepid rescue more than 60 years ago, original blueprints of a famously cancelled Canadian military project are now on display at the University of Saskatchewan's Diefenbaker Canada Centre.