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The Pratt & Whitney J58 (company designation JT11D-20) was a jet engine that powered the Lockheed A-12, and subsequently the YF-12 and the SR-71 aircraft. It was an afterburning turbojet with a
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Foxcote Manor, 7819 Hinton Manor, 7827 Lydham Manor and 7828 Odney Manor polished to perfection at Machynlleth shed ready for Royal Train duty in August 1963: see also 34 top. Seats in all parts. Michael Blakemore. 3. Editorial comment upon first class travel, being reduced by some franchises (alias bus Operational history United Kingdom operational service. The Mustang was initially developed for the RAF, which was its first user. As the first Mustangs were built to British requirements, these aircraft used factory numbers and were not P-51s; the order comprised 320 NA-73s, followed by 300 NA-83s, all of which were designated North American Mustang Mark I by the RAF.