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1988 photo shows SR-71 with TR-1 in the background. The TR-1, a larger and considerably upgraded version of the original U-2, was later redisignated as U-2R.

Rare photos of the SR-71 Blackbird show its amazing history

Rare photos of the Blackbird show its amazing history, TR 1 in background

SR-71 Blackbird

A front view of an Blackbird strategic reconnaissance training aircraft on the runway at sundown. Date Shot: Not a fighter.

Powered by a unique jet fuel formula the Blackbirds refuelled exclusively from tankers.

An SR-71 blackbird takes off with full afterburners.

Rare photos of the Blackbird show its amazing history. This plane was engineered to an art piece.

61-7974 SR-71A 9th SRW, Beale AFB,Ca | by Stuart Freer - Touchdown Aviation

Lockheed Blackbird from the Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Beale Air Force Base, California, taxiing at Royal Air Force Mildenhall - photo taken by Stuart Freer on October 1988

Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird: Aircraft profile | Aviation Spectator - Airplanes, airliners, jets, videos, photos - RC to ballooning, civil and military aircraft, aerospace

Lockheed Blackbird: A left side view of the Blackbird aircraft on display.

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Lockheed Martin Blackbird SR 71 Chute Landing Parachute Drag = Because of its high approach speed, the Blackbird used a drag chute to slow down on the runway after touchdown.

Rare photos of the SR-71 Blackbird show its amazing history

Rare photos of the SR-71 Blackbird show its amazing history

Rare photos of the Blackbird show its amazing history

fabforgottennobility:  Senza titolo by Kemon01 on Flickr.

Vintage photo of a taking off over Beale Air Force Base.I like the or Camaro or Firebird also.

SR-71 Moves into the Udvar-Hazy Center | National Air and Space Museum

September the Lockheed Blackbird takes its final turn, waiting for the doors to open to take its place inside the Boeing Aviation Hangar at the Steven F.

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