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Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star\"T-bird".
Category. Statistic.
First flight on. 1948.
Retired on. Still in use with Canada for training and technical purposes. Still in use with Nicaragua, Paraguay and Bolivia for reconnaissance work. Boeing Commercial Airplanes have 2 for technical duties and display work. Many survive as civil owned warbirds. 2 are preserved by the Mexican airforce for desplay duties.
Major contractor(s) . Lockheed.
Dose it use nukes or cruse missiles. No.
Fight ceiling.   48,000 ft (14,600 m).
Top speed. 600 mph (970 km/h).
VTOL. No.
Range. Ferry range: 1,275 mi (2,050 km).
Crew, including instructor(s). 2.
Nationality(s).  American.
Class. Training and reconnaissance.
Rate of climb. N/A.
Links. http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Lockheed_T-33 and http://www.warbirdalley.com/tbird.htm.

The RT-33A and T-33A variants were a single-seat reconnaissance aircraft and a two-seat jet trainer aircraft respectively, both made mainly for export under the Military Aid Program (Mutual Defense Assistance Act) for export to then militarily weak pro-American nations like Portugal and West Germany.

Videos[]

Lockheed_T-33_Shooting_Star_JET_WORLD_MASTERS_MEIRINGEN_SWITZERLAND_2013

Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star JET WORLD MASTERS MEIRINGEN SWITZERLAND 2013

Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star JET WORLD MASTERS MEIRINGEN SWITZERLAND 2013.

T-33A_Review_of_Project_Activity_in_1955

T-33A Review of Project Activity in 1955

T-33A Review of Project Activity in 1955.

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Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star-0

Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star.

Images[]

A USAF Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star ant the USAF museum.

A T-33 Republic of Korea Air Force on 17th October 2005.

Two T33s in formation - Bolivian Air Force on 5 March 2001.

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