Centennial Flight - by Sam Cole
On the Hundredth Anniversary of Canada’s Confederation in 1967 Wing Commander R A White attempted an altitude record in a Lockheed F-104. The 104 was a remarkable aircraft developed and first flown in 1954, only 9 years after World War II. Although the world record was not broken White did manage to set a British Commonwealth altitude record of 100,110 feet.
Watercolour on 300lb cold pressed 20 x 30 inches
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