"SR-71 Blackbirds" Index: Descriptions and URL's to all 147 Pages on this site.
SR-71 Movie Video Archive: Blackbird movies you can download to your computer.
An American Patriot Speaks Out: Brian Shul's 2002 Veterans Day speech at March ARB, Ca.
"I Want To Be A Pilot": An 11 year old writes an essay.
SR-71 Recon Systems "Executive Handbook": 36 Fact filled Pages.
SR-71 Blackbird Slide Briefing: Courtesy USAF, Strategic Air Command.
SR-71 Schematics and Drawings: For the student or modeling enthusiast.
Blackbird Speed and Altitude Records
Lockheed SR-71 Image Archive: 46 Blackbird Photos by Lockheed Martin Photographers.
Current Locations of SR-71's and Forerunners A12 and YF12 Aircraft
SR-71 Blackbird Fact Sheet and Chronology of Events
SR-71 Blackbird Losses Listing
Lockheed YF12A Interceptor: Data & Missile Launches.
Pratt & Whitney J-58 Engines Power the Blackbird
Lockheed D-21A Air Launched Drone: The M21 Blackbird with a Drone on the fuselage.
D-21B Drone Image Archive: 50 Images of the Senior Bowl Program
The Early Days of the Blackbirds: 4200th and the 9th SRW Photos and Recollections. Contains a miscellaneous collection of data and events. 9th SRW Commander Colonel Minter launches #962 from Kadena as "Crew Chief for a Day" in 1969.
SR-71 Theaters of Operation:
Clarence L. "Kelly" Johnson: The Man, The Myth, The Legend: A Biography.
- Theaters of Operation Main page
- Kadena AB - CIA A12 Operations in 1967
- Kadena AB - USAF SR-71 Operations
- Kadena AB - Dual SR-71 Launches and door artwork
- Kadena AB - SR-71 Tail Art Images (51)
- Mildenhall, UK - SR-71 Operations
- Mildenhall, UK - SR-71 Images (20)
- Diego Garcia, B.I.O.T - SR-71 Operations
- Griffiss AFB and Seymour Johnson AFB - Yom Kippur War
- Bodo, Norway - SR-71 Recovery Operation
- Diversions to other bases for Air Shows or Maintenance 1966-1986
9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing Commanders: 1966-1986 with Biographies
The whole story of the Chevrolet 454 wildcat AG330 Start Carts used to start the SR-71.
9th Physiological Support Division (PSD) - A superb Article written by Kevin Svetcos on the detailed suit-up of SR-71 Crewmembers.
The Mig-25 VS the SR-71 Blackbird: Specs of the Mig-25 and Lt. Belenko's Defection to the U.S.
USAF Beale AFB Home Page
Blackbird Airpark Museum Lockheed Plant #42 Palmdale, Ca.
Fly the SR-71 with Philip Moyer...In the Simulator
Blackbird Books & Items to Buy: Go to this web page for a listing of Blackbird Books, Art Prints, Screensaver and Memorabilia that is available for purchase.
Oxcart Story: How the Blackbird evolved. An article with roots to the CIA.
Buddy Brown's Book: The "Flight Crews of the Blackbird" and Historical "Milestones"-64 WebPages on this site written by Buddy Brown, SR-71 Pilot.
Supplement-Searchable database (by Name) on all personnel that qualified to fly a Blackbird by Buddy Brown & David Allison. So they said they flew a Blackbird!! If their name is not on this list, they are full of BS.
Blackbird Crews: 106 Photos of Crewmembers that flew the Blackbirds
Phil Loignon's SR-71 Photo Archive: RSO's collection of 68 photos of the early days.
Blackbird Association Reunion-1997
Blackbird Association Reunion-2001: Awards and Presentations
Blackbird Association Reunion-2005: Awards and PresentationsJohn Stone's Blackbird Page: The first U2 and SR-71 Blackbird site on the Internet. An In-Depth Timeline of SR-71 Events has been diligently researched here.
Habu.Org: The Online Blackbird Museum: The #1 Internet site for Blackbird Photos. David Allison's site contains superb images of all Blackbirds by tail numbers.
Roadrunners Internationale: Groom Lake; Area 51; CIA Blackbird operations. This is a new web site containing previously unreleased information about the dedicated people and events of the CIA involvement in the early days of the Blackbirds.
Habus.Org: This is a new web site (2004) that contains some great detailed descriptions by a pilot on what it is like to fly the Blackbirds. If you want to get in the cockpit of an SR-71 and take a flight, this is as close as it gets. Don't confuse this site with David Allison's Online Blackbird Museum: www.Habu.Org
SR-71 Art Work By Edwin Markham and Dru Blair.
"High Flight" Poem by John Gillespie McGee, Jr.
Lockheed, CIA and SR-71 Patches
SR-71 Blackbird & U-2 Dragon Lady Patch Site By Alan Johnson: A comprehensive collection of Blackbird patches...Probably the best on the Internet!
Friends of the Blackbird: This is a new website dedicated to those that are fans of the SR-71 Blackbirds. Video of the last SR-71B flight at Edwards plus other aircraft titled "The Second 50 Years of Airpower" is available for purchase and Larry Johnson, author has provided calendars for sale. No fee to join this fan club.
SR-71 Blackbird Screensaver: Now you can download a great Blackbird Screensaver that contains 116 images. There is a Free Trial and a Full version available. Go here for details or to download: http://www.sr71.com/Screensaver.htm
Own a Piece of Titanium From a Blackbird: Dan Freeman, a Retired Air Force Machine Shop Chief is offering unique Titanium articles for sale at this web site. You can custom order to fit your needs. All Titanium that was stored at Barstow (2,151,760 lbs total of all materials) has been shredded and recycled. A must see Web Site!
Flying the SR-71 Blackbird: In the Cockpit on a Secret Operational Mission takes readers on an operational mission that only a few U.S. Air Force pilots have ever experienced. Go here to check out Richard Graham's newest book features and ordering details: Flying the SR-71 Blackbird
Lockheed Martin Corporation
U.S. Air Force Academy
Lockheed Martin "Skunk Works" Website
NASA Dryden's Flight Research Center
SR-71 NASA Fact Sheet
SR-71 NASA Photo Archive : 58 Photos of the SR-71, A12 & YF12A.
NASA Aeronautics Education Links: Aerospace Source for Teachers and Students
The Blackbird...The Habu...The SR-71
(Photo Courtesy Lockheed Martin, Corp.)
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