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In the late s, fighter aircraft designers faced the problem of reliably and safely achieving flight beyond the speed of sound. There were many approaches to this vexing aerodynamic problem, which involved the entire airframe design. In the United States, a wide-variety of wing plan-forms appeared as part of the solution. Lockheed would succeed with the small, extremely thin wing of the F Starfighter, while North American would attain the Mach 1 goal with the extreme wing-sweep of the F Super Sabre. History would show that Convair was right to believe so strongly in the delta wing. Alexander M.
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Convair B-58 Hustler
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The Convair B Hustler was the first operational supersonic strategic bomber capable of Mach 2 flight built by Convair, introduced in March The manufacturing company designed the aircraft with a vast delta wing to obtain the required high speeds and was fitted with four J79 afterburning turbojet engines from General Electric located in underwing pods. Four external hardpoints were attached subsequently, allowing the aircraft to lug five weapons. In March , the aircraft entered service. It was in service for ten years by the 43rd Bombardment Wing, and the th Bombardment Wing. Upon consideration, the B was a hard-to-fly aircraft, commanding a great workload for its crew members.
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The Convair B Hustler , designed and produced by American aircraft manufacturer Convair , was the first operational bomber capable of Mach 2 flight. To achieve the high speeds desired, Convair adapted the delta wing used by contemporary fighters such as the Convair F The bomber was powered by four General Electric J79 engines in underwing pods.
The Convair B Hustler was the first operational supersonic jet bomber capable of Mach 2 flight. It carried a nuclear weapon and fuel in a large pod under the fuselage rather than in an internal bomb bay. Replacing the Boeing B Stratojet medium bomber, it was originally intended to fly at high altitudes and supersonic speeds to avoid Soviet fighters. The B received a great deal of notoriety due to its sonic boom, which was often heard by the public as it passed overhead in supersonic flight. The introduction of highly accurate Soviet surface-to-air missiles forced the B into a low-level penetration role that severely limited its range and strategic value, and it was never employed to deliver conventional bombs.