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A-12 OXCART Reconnaissance Aircraft Documentation

This release, containing approximately 1,500 pages of material, consisting of about 350 documents, maps, diagrams, and photographs dealing with the A-12 reconnaissance aircraft is occasioned by CIA's acquisition on loan from the Air Force of the eighth A-12 in the production series of 15. Known as Article 128, the aircraft will be on display at the Agency's Headquarters compound in Langley, Virginia. The release also coincides with the publication of CIA's unclassified official history of the A-12, Archangel: CIA's A-12 Supersonic Reconnaissance Aircraft by the Agency's Chief Historian, David Robarge. The newly declassified material will provide researchers on aviation and intelligence with significant additional detail about the design and development of the A-12 -- still the fastest and highest flying piloted operational jet aircraft ever built -- and its use as an intelligence collection platform in East Asia.

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FOIA

BX6727 6 OCTOBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465377
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6728 15 OCTOBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465777
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6729 18 OCTOBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465778
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6732 28 OCTOBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465779
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6733 29 OCTOBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465780
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6734 (INCIDENT CONCERNING)

Document Number: 0001474320
Pages:
2

FOIA

BX6734 30 OCTOBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465781
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6737 8 DECEMBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465782
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6738 10 DECEMBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465783
Pages:
1

FOIA

BX6739 15 DECEMBER 1967

Document Number: 0001465784
Pages:
1

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