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Lockheed F-104 Starfighter David Doyle. )(now out of print so be quick if you want any) The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter first flew in 1954, Starfighters then broke the world altitude record in May 1958 and the world air-speed record nine days later. It was the first aircraft to hold both records simultaneously. Many of the Starfighter"s records stand today. With a powerful XJ79 engine and futuristic design by famed Lockheed engineer Clarence "Kelly" Johnson and his team, a YF-104A passed Mach 2 in 1956. The F-104 was born from combat against Communist MiG-15 jet aircraft during the Korean War. Known as a "missile with a man in it" and "an engine with wings," Starfighters trained astronauts such as Chuck Yeager on the edge of space, fought over Vietnam
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