The SR-71 Blackbird

SR-71 Blackbird References

There are so many Blackbird related web sites, photo galleries and other source out there. Many of them have a massive amount of additional information stored on their web pages. We are not trying to recreate and store all that information. In fact, we used information and photos from various public information sources rather than just culling the information from these sites.


This listing is our attempt to give credit to those who have come before us. Be aware that some of the sites may no longer exist or are no longer being maintained.


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Possibly the first web site dedicated to the Blackbird program. Has information on the SR-71 and the U-2 programs.

Webmaster: John Stone Web - The Online Blackbird Museum


The Online Blackbird Museum.  Inludes history and photos of nearly all 50 Lockheed Blackbirds (SR-71, A-12, M-21, and YF-12).

Webmaster: David Allison

SR-71 Online Web SiteSR-71 Online - An Online Aircraft Museum


SR-71, YF-12, and A-12 Blackbird Information, Pictures, and Diagrams. Home of the SR-71 Flight Manual and one of the largest collections of Blackbird photos on the Internet.

Roadrunner Internationale Web SiteRoadrunners Internationale

Photos, stories, death obituaries, biographies recording legacy of CIA, Air Force, Army men and women work secret atomic, radar, satellite flights in the Nevada desert, Kadena, Okinawa, North Korea, Vietnam"

Roadrunners Internationale



The Fastest Air Breathing, Manned Jet Planes In The World. Over 100 pages of detailed information, photos and stories. A 'must-read' for SR-71 enthusiasts.

Webmaster: Leland Haynes (deceased) Now: David Allison

CIA Center for Intelligence 


Archangel: CIA's Supersonic A-12 Reconnaissance Aircraft — Central Intelligence Agency. The story of the beginning of the Blackbird program.

CIA's Archangel Web Pages

Dryden Research Center SR-71 Photos 


SR-71 Blackbird photos at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. Two SR-71 aircraft were used by NASA as testbeds for high-speed, high-altitude aeronautical research.

NASA's Dryden Photo Web Pages

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