The North American B-45A Tornado shown during an early test flight from Muroc Dry Lake in California. B-45A model can be distinguished by the two-place cockpit under one single Plexiglas canopy. The straight-wing design shown here was similar to World War II bombers which limited its success overall. (Photo courtesy of Tinker History Office)
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