English Electric P.42

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Another one of my favorites, although I like the top pic the most with all three aircraft in formation. This bird is just a monster that eats speed. ;D
 

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What was the date frame of the EE P.42 project?

It seems a pity that the West (i.e. NATO) could not get their act together, for imagine if the United States with their North American F-108 Rapier, Canada with their CF-105 Arrow and the British with their English Electric P.42 project had have worked together on a common Long-Range, Supersonic Interceptor, that would have been fielded by NATO?

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I missed these pics! I saw some of them in 2005 in your (former?) website, I'm gald to see them resurrected (along P.1134!!)
 

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Hi,

http://www.bisbos.com/rocketscience/aircraft/hyper/p422.html
 

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