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Balls Eight: Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress Mothership, 2014 calendar By Brian Lockett
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It has been asserted that the Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress, carrying Air Force serial 52-0008, can lay claim to being the airplane that has seen and participated in more history than any other single... More > airplane. This calendar features a dozen pictures of the NB-52B carrying some of the research vehicles that it launched over the years. Photo sources: Air Force, NASA, Richard Lockett, Brian Lockett: North American X-15-1, 1960 North American X-15-3, 1963 North American X-15A-2, 1967 Northrop HL-10, 1969 Martin-Mariettta X-24A, 1970 Northrop M2-F3, 1972 Martin-Mariettta X-24B, 1973 Orbital Sciences Pegasus, 1989 Supersonic Supercruise, 1995 X-38 V-131R, 2000 X-43A Hyper-X, 2004< Less
Balls Eight: Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress Mothership, 2015 calendar By Brian Lockett
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It has been asserted that the Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress, carrying Air Force serial 52-0008, can lay claim to being the airplane that has seen and participated in more history than any other single... More > airplane. This calendar features a dozen pictures of the NB-52B carrying some of the research vehicles that it launched over the years. Photo sources: Air Force, NASA, Richard Lockett, Brian Lockett: North American X-15-1, 1960, North American X-15-3, 1963, North American X-15A-2, 1967, Northrop HL-10, 1969, Martin-Mariettta X-24A, 1970, Northrop M2-F3, 1972, Martin-Mariettta X-24B, 1973, Orbital Sciences Pegasus, 1989, Supersonic Supercruise, 1995, X-38 V-131R, 2000, X-43A Hyper-X, 2004< Less
Painting Guide for the Boeing Stratofortress Motherships By Brian Lockett
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This document tracks the changes to the appearance of the two Boeing B-52 Stratofortresses that were modified to carry and launch the North American X-15 rocket planes. The two NB-52s went on to... More > launch the X-15A-2, Northrop HL-10, Northrop M2-F2, and Martin-Marietta X-24A. The NB-52A retired in October 1969, but the NB-52B soldiered on until November 2004, launching a wide variety of unmanned research vehicles and parachute test devices. The appearance of the NB-52s changed many times over the years. These changes are illustrated in this document. There are fourten sets of illustrations for the NB-52A and eighteen sets of illustrations for the NB-52B. The Stratofortress motherships are popular subjects for modelers. Their special missions capture the imagination. The liberal application of DayGlo orange, DayGlo red, and yellow makes them a couple of the most colorful B-52s. This document will help modelers to reproduce the correct appearance of either Stratofortress for any particular mission.< Less
Balls Eight: Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress Mothership, 2012calendar By Brian Lockett
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It has been asserted that the Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress, carrying Air Force serial 52-0008, can lay claim to being the airplane that has seen and participated in more history than any other single... More > airplane. This calendar features a dozen pictures of the NB-52B carrying some of the research vehicles that it launched over the years. Photo sources: Air Force, NASA, Richard Lockett, Brian Lockett: North American X-15-1, 1960 North American X-15-3, 1963 North American X-15A-2, 1967 Northrop HL-10, 1969 Martin-Mariettta X-24A, 1970 Northrop M2-F3, 1972 Martin-Mariettta X-24B, 1973 Orbital Sciences Pegasus, 1989 Supersonic Supercruise, 1995 X-38 V-131R, 2000 X-43A Hyper-X, 2004< Less
Balls Eight: Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress Mothership, 2013calendar By Brian Lockett
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It has been asserted that the Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress, carrying Air Force serial 52-0008, can lay claim to being the airplane that has seen and participated in more history than any other single... More > airplane. This calendar features a dozen pictures of the NB-52B carrying some of the research vehicles that it launched over the years. Photo sources: Air Force, NASA, Richard Lockett, Brian Lockett: North American X-15-1, 1960 North American X-15-3, 1963 North American X-15A-2, 1967 Northrop HL-10, 1969 Martin-Mariettta X-24A, 1970 Northrop M2-F3, 1972 Martin-Mariettta X-24B, 1973 Orbital Sciences Pegasus, 1989 Supersonic Supercruise, 1995 X-38 V-131R, 2000 X-43A Hyper-X, 2004< Less