Elmer Batters - The Caruska Sittings by Elmer Batters

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This can be a miniature model of the Caruska Settings - mostly referred to as the "Amuse-gueule" versions.

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Unlike normal B-58 pods they did not carry fuel. Two weeks later, on 2 August 1959, the B-58 modifications were completed and the aircraft delivered to Hughes for the installation of the ASG-18 fire control system, including its hydraulically-actuated 40-inch antenna. To house the large antenna, the B-58 was equipped with a nose radome that was seven feet longer than normal, earning the modified aircraft the nickname Snoopy. Later in the test program an infrared sensor would be mounted on each side of the forward fuselage, approximating the relationship of the sensors and the radar antenna in the YF-12A installation.

By late 1963 the YF-12As were The Hughes ASG-18 radar before being installed (left) and in the nose of the B-58 (right). The radar used a 40-inch antenna, allowing it to detect a B-47-size target at ranges approaching 100 miles. (Hughes Aircraft) 38 WARBIRDTECH ..... i_ _ :w -----ll YF-12A wind tunnel model in the wind tunnel at NASA Ames Research Center (above) and NASA Lewis Research Center (right). (above: NASA Ames; right: NASA Glenn) capable of conducting fully guided launches of the GAR-9, and the use of the B-58 test bed began to decline.

Lockheed Martin) A 0-21B (501) mated to a B-52H (61-0021). This drone was accidentally dropped due to a stripped nut during a test flight on 28 September 1967. (Lockheed Martin) The 0-21Bs would use a solid rocket booster built by the Lockheed Propulsion Company of Redlands, California, to propel them to the speeds necessary to ignite the ramjet. The booster would attach to the bottom of the drone. At left and center is a test at the Santa Cruz Mountain test range. (Lockheed Martin) LOCKHEED BLACKBIRDS 29 FLIGHT DECK MODIFICATIONS (DSTEllAllINS RACK CYST"" Three-view drawing of the 0-21B.

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