USA SUPERSONIC SPEED ROCKET/BELGIUM MOTOR CYCLING GRAND PRIX
AEROPLANES AMERICAN. (Lt. Col. F. Everest) Muroc dry lake A.B. 50 Bomber with a Bell X2 attached below/...in California
AMERICA. California. Carried below a B.50 Bomber a BELL x2 research rocket is released by Col. Everest wearing special heat-resisting Clothes.
BELGIUM The 1956 Grand Prix de Belgigue won by Archer No. 18 shots of M'bikes & track (bumpy) various
BELL X2. (U.S.A.A.F. ROCKET 'PLANE) (Murock Dry Lake) Piloted by Lt. Col. Frank Everest U.S.A.A.F. seen attached to belly of a B.50 Bomber...then released to fly at 1900 m.p.h. shot of vapour trails...at California.. (1956)
CALIFORNIA. The BELL X2 Piloted by Lt. Col. Frank Everest U.S.A.A.F. at Edwards Air Base ...seen attached to the Belly of a B.50 Bomber...released to fly at 1900 m.p.h. shot of vapour trails.
EDWARDS AIR BASE. (Cal. U.S.A.) Piloted by LT.Col. Frank Everest U.S.A.A.F. seen attached to belly of B.50 Bomber...then released to fly 4 1900 m.p.h. shot of vapour trails.
EVEREST. FRANK. Lt. Col. Pilots a BELL X2 Rocket plane seen in special heat resisting clothes...(flying at 1900 mph) California...1956
GLASS, EYE-GLASS, FIELD & OPERA Glasses.etc Man w F/Glasses
MOTOR-CYCLING. In the Grand Prix de Belgigue on the Balen Circuit nr. Mol 1956 won by ARCHER No.18. shots various of the bumpy track various m'bikes seen
ROCKET PLANES Shot of a BELL X2 attached to a B.50 Bomber in California released fm...seen at 1900 m.p.h. (vapur trails)...Piloted by Lt. Col Frank Everest.
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