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14th May 2019, 10:47 AM
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Victor had a constant critical Mach number across the entire wing and consequently a high cruise speed, the nose and tail, were also designed to the 'area rule' for the same critical mach number so the shape of the Victor had a constant critical mach number all over.
A similar looking aircraft was the Buckaneer, it had similar crescent wings for the same reason.
I like the Buccaneer. I remember being in the Cairngorms and one flew low over me and it was surprisingly *quiet*.
The TSR-2 and Lightning both look as though Dan Dare should have piloted them.
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