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F4D/F-6A Skyray
The single-place Douglas Skyray was named after the undersea manta ray it resembled. It was on the leading edge of aircraft design, could climb to 40,000 feet in two minutes and reach Mach 1 during a dive.
Douglas F4D Skyray B-roll
F4D Skyrays on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
F4D Skyrays on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
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F4D Skyrays on Douglas El Segundo Flight Ramp, 1950s
The Douglas F4D Skyray was designed to intercept enemy bombers at high altitudes. It was the world's...
Pre-Flight Preparations for F4D World Speed Record
Douglas F4D Skyray Sets World Record Speed, October 3, 1953
F4D-1 Skyrays in Tandem Flight out of NAS San Diego
F4D-1 Skyray in Flight out of VMF-115, MCAS, El Toro, CA
F4D Skyray in Flight
F4D Skyray in Flight
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F4D Skyray in Flight
The Douglas F4D Skyray was designed to intercept enemy bombers at high altitudes. It was the world's...
F4D-1 Skyray in Flight
F4D-1 Skyray on Tarmac
F4D Skyrays on Tarmac, Wings Folded
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