This Air Force illustration depicts the Waverider scramjet vehicle during hypersonic flight during its May 2010 test. Powered by a Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne scramjet engine, it is designed to ride on its own shockwave and accelerate to about Mach
Air Force, an WaveRider hypersonic flight test vehicle is loaded on an Air Force Flight Test Center for fit testing at Edwards Air Force Base. Four scramjet-powered Waveriders were built for the Air Force.
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The Wings of Freedom Tour of the WWII Vintage Boeing Flying Fortress, Consolidated Liberator and North American Mustang Announce Unique Display in Santa Ana at John Wayne Orange County Airport from May 11 - May 13
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Boeing revealed a model of a mach 5+ hypersonic plane that will compete to become the follow up to the SR71 blackbird. Boeing is planning a two-step process beginning with flight tests of an F-16-sized, single-engine proof-of-concept hypersonic precursor vehicle leading to a twin-engine, full-scale operational vehicle with about the same dimensions as the 107-ft.-long SR-71. Boeing will expand on research from its past X-43 and X-51 Waverider experimental aircraft, which were tests of…
Unmanned experimental aircraft Waverider, developed by Boeing for the U. Air Force performed the longest hypersonic flight ever conducted, also reaching a record speed of Mach The test flight took place above the Californian coast on Wednesday, May