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Real(Mislabeled) - Captioned as: "B-52 Breaking the Sound Barrier" - This is a B-52 Bomber flying thru a moisture/condensation barrier at subsonic speed.... another link: http://www.spacewar.com/reports/Boeing_B52_With_CONECT_Upgrade_Accomplishes_First_Test_Flight_999.html and discussion in comments: https://reposti.com/p/V7 (644 mph top speed for B-52(I don't know about secret versions.) vs 768 mph speed of sound.)

Boeing "Stratofortress"breaking the sound barrier. I can't believe my grandfather flew that giant Bomber.

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Unveiled in Toulouse, France on Dec project between UK & France, Concorde was one of the fastest commercial aircraft ever London to New York an hour!

Beautiful ,magnificent-never to be seen again :( - Bing Images / This looks like the Concorde jet that can break the sound barrier.  (No longer in flight.)

The magnificent SST Concorde passenger airliner designed, built and flown by Great Britain. Unfortunately after a fatal crash (and years of successful service with no accidents) it was taken out of service forever.

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British Airways Concorde: Registration: G-BOAF; The Captain puts on The Afterburners. (There was also Registration: G-BOAC ~~ BOAC: The precursor to British Airways!

Air France Concorde  - empfohlen von First Class and More

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Royal Australian Air Force Short Sunderland

RAAF Short Sunderland RAAF Short Sunderland of No 10 Squadron in England on 22 August This image was digitally coloured at Photographic Training Flight, RAAF Base East Sale, Victoria.

British Airways Concorde. Quite simply the most beautiful aircraft ever. It always had grace and poise. It was always the plane to watch out for, the plane that was instantly recognisable.

Quite simply the most beautiful aircraft ever. It always had grace and poise. It was always the plane to watch out for, the plane that was instantly recognisable.

Concorde in Pepsi livery, 1996. Nice underneath image just before gear doors close

Air France Aerospatiale-British Aerospace Concorde 101 F-BTSC wearing the famous Pepsi livery in April

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