- All-weather interceptor
- Primary users: U.S. Air Force, Air National Guard
- First flight: April 16, 1949
- Number built: 855
- Wingspan: 42ft 5" (12.9m)
- Length: 44ft 6" (13.6m)
- Height: 14ft 11" (4.5m)
- Max. speed: 640mph (1,030km/h)
- Engine: Pratt & Whitney J48-P-5 turbojet
Aug/Sept 2017 winner
Jim Garrett, Vice President of Operations, REBTECH, Bedford, Texas
How long have you been in the aerospace business?
I started in the business of avionics/autopilot repair in 1966.
How did you become interested in aircraft?
My father was a bomber pilot in WWII flying the B-29, B-17, and B-25. He kept a strong interest in everything aviation
What is your favorite aircraft?
B-25. I really like the look of sheer power (especially head-on), and it was my dad’s favorite airplane to fly. The history of the aircraft in WWII, from the Doolittle Raid onward, is impressive.
Quality Engineer The Boeing Co. New Orleans, LouisianaBruce Olson
Owner Resource Engineering & Machine Osceola, Wisconsin
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The entry deadline for this issue’s contest is January 26, 2018. Winners will be announced in the March 2018 issue.
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