Blackburn Supersonic Buccaneer Projects

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Hmmm you have to look in book name "British secret project - bombers" by Tony buttler. In the apendix are listed all the buccanners derivatives, including the supersonics variants...
 

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Welcome wyvernhawk !

Derek Wood gives the supersonic Buccaneer in "Project Cancelled" as th P.150,
powered by two RR Speys with reheat and a thin wing.
 

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The P.150 was a 1968 project and the last "supersonic Buccaneer" project.

Others were:

B.109 (1959, Mach 1.65 unsolicited bid for a Canadian Interceptor)
B.111/112/117/113/116 (c.1960, reheated Spey, Mach 1.5, RAF/RN/RN/RAAF/German Naval AF)
B.129 (1962, Mach 2.0 RN fighter)
P.140 (1964, RN fighter)
 

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see also
Boot, Roy From Spitfire to Eurofighter: 45 years of combat aircraft design
Airlife Publishing, 1990 ISBN 1 85310 093 5
A detailed history of Blackburn designs by the designer
and BLACKBURN BUCCANEER - HISTORY
Blackburn P.150 - a supersonic Buccaneer that could have fulfilled the TSR.2 requirement; Roy Boot, Around this time the TSR.2 project to specification ...
www.thunder-and-lightnings.co.uk/buccaneer/history.html - 27k - Cached - Similar pages
 

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Roy Boot's book is a most excellent resource on unbuilt Buccaneer variants, not just the Supersonic ones. Definitely a book worth buying.
 

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There was also a supersonic Buccaneer project called the P.142 according to Appendix One of Tony Buttler's British Secret Projects: Jet Bombers Since 1949.
 
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Yes, and you forgot to mention the only piece of information we know, which is the date of 1965.
 

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