Air Mobility Command Museum - Convair F-106 Delta Dart
Bill Maloney

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01 Convair F106 Delta Dart 02 Convair F106 Delta Dart 03 F106 Delta Dart Nose 04 F106 Delta Dart Canopy
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05 F106 Delta Dart Jet Intake 06 F106 Delta Dart Nose 07 F106 Delta Dart Nose 08 F106 Delta Dart Nose Gear
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09 F106 Delta Dart Canopy 10 F106 Delta Dart Fuselage 11 F106 Delta Dart Main Gear 12 F106 Delta Dart Tail Art
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13 F106 Delta Dart Fuselage 14 F106 Jet Exhaust Nozzle 15 F106 Delta Dart Tail 16 F106 Jet Exhaust Nozzle

Convair F-106A Delta Dart Specifications:

F-104 Delta Dart
Another Convair F-106 Delta Dart can be found at the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, OH

Length: 70 feet 9 inches
38 feet 4 inches
20 feet, 4 inches
Empty 24,000lbs Loaded - 35,000lbs
Max Speed: 1,525 mph
Cruise Speed: 650 mph
Range: 1,500 miles
Service Ceiling: 53,000 feet
Fuel Capacity: 1,095 gallons internal
Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney J75-P-17 of 24,500 lbs thrust with afterburner
 One AIR-2A air-to-air nuclear missile
 Four AIM-4 air-to-air missiles
First Flight : December 26, 1956
Cost: $ 3,305,435

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