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LAST UPDATE July 23, 2016

THE WORLDS FASTEST JET





RARE AND LIMITED AVIATION TREASURES

HAND MADE RINGS & PRECIOUS COLLECTIBLES


ONE OF A KIND FABRICATIONS USING AUTHENTIC MISSION FLOWN TITANIUM FROM HISTORIC SR-71 BLACKBIRDS

Unique memorabilia from the pinnacle of American aviation history

Only a small number of individuals will be lucky enough to own a custom SR-71 Titanium handcrafted ring.

Created from unique titanium propulsion system parts from the remarkable SR-71 Blackbirds.

Specifically, the items from this site are made from authentic ejector nozzle parts that pushed our Blackbirds
on top secret missions to the edge of space while preserving our freedom at over 2200 mph.



A gift that will be remembered
A treasure that will last forever


 SR-71 Rounded Ring, Colorized Finish




SR-71 Low Profile Ring, Colorized Finish




Rounded, Polished, Natural Hue



SR-71 History


















EACH OF THE SR-71 ENGINES PRODUCES THE POWER OF 45 LOCOMOTIVES



"The SR-71 BLACKBIRD"


Habu


1971 MACKAY TROPHY WINNER
"Most meritorious flight of the year"


April 26, 1971

SR-71A, 61-7968 was flown 15,000 miles non-stop in 10-1/2 hours.


1972 HARMON INTERNATIONAL TROPHY
"Most outstanding international achievement in the art / science of aeronautics"



On Sept. 1, 1974, SR-71A, 61-7972 flew from New York to London in
1 hour, 54 minutes, 56 seconds, smashing the previous trans-Atlantic speed record by nearly three hours!

 
Returning to the U.S. on Sept. 13, 1974, #972 established a world speed record of
3 hours, 47 minutes, 36 seconds for the 5,463 mile (8,790 km) flight from London to Los Angeles.

 
It outraced the sun, landing some four hours before the time of day it took off.






July 27 / 28 1976
3 SR-71's flown by 3 different crews set 7 world speed and altitude records.

100KM Closed Course at 2092 MPH / Altitude Record of 85,068.997 FT / 15 & 25 Straight Course at 2193 MPH


July 28 1976

SR-71A #617958 set an all time speed record of 2193 MPH

Crewed by Pilot Capt. Eldon Joersz and RSO Maj. George T. Morgan.



6 March 1990

SR-71A, 61-7972 set 4 speed records on its last flight to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
US Coast to Coast (2086 Nmi); 67 minutes 54 seconds at 2124.5 MPH.
Los Angeles to Washington DC (1998 Nmi); 64 minutes 54 seconds at 2144.8 MPH.
Kansas City to Washington DC (942.08 Nmi); 25 minutes 58.53 seconds at 2176 MPH.
St. Louis to Cincinnati (311.44 Nmi); 8 minutes 31.97 seconds at 2189.94 MPH




This is the mighty Blackbird's exhaust nozzle





The muzzle velocity of a high powered, 30-06 rifle bullet is 2910 feet per second.

The Blackbird can fly at 3226 feet per second.

Of course that bullet starts to slow down as soon as it leaves the rifle barrel.

The Blackbird continues to fly at MACH 3+ and then accelerates faster.

How is it possible to fly faster and get better fuel mileage?
Learn about the "Remarkable SR-71"



A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SR-71 BLACKBIRD

The Lockheed SR-71 was an advanced, long-range, Mach 3 strategic reconnaissance aircraft developed from the Lockheed YF-12A and A-12 aircraft by the Lockheed Skunk Works. The A-12 was developed and tested during the early 60's under the Top Secret "OXCART" program at AREA 51.

The SR-71 was unofficially named the Blackbird, and called the HABU ("snake") by its crews. Clarence "Kelly" Johnson was responsible for many of the design's advanced concepts. A last resort defensive feature of the aircraft was its high speed and operating altitude; whereby if a surface-to-air missile launch was detected, standard evasive action was simply to accelerate. The SR-71 line was in service from 1964 to 1998, with 12 of the 32 aircraft being destroyed in accidents, though none were lost to enemy action.

Below is a very rare photo showing the "Father" of the SR-71, top secret Code Name, the A-12 (Archangel-12), the 12th and final design concept that was approved for the CIA contract of a high speed, high altitude reconnaissonnce aircraft. Seen here, unpainted bare Titanium, a miracle of aviation.

She was later Christened by her crews with the name "CYGNUS".






A-12 Crew Cygnus Patch                                                                                                   Interceptor Variant Patch




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