Arizona Skies Meteorites® authentic, mission flown SR-71 Blackbird Titanium Guitar Picks! We are using a few pieces of our very rare SR-71 titanium artifacts to create, for the first time anywhere, authentic mission flown SR-71 titanium guitar picks.Stock photos of our mission flown SR-71 Titanium Guitar Picks. Each Pick is hand crafted and will have variations from pick to pick characteristic of a hand crafted Objet d'Art. These limited quantity SR-71 picks play smoothly and fast!
Our relics are from SR-71A (61-7970) "Super Skater". This aircraft was lost on 17 June 1970 following a post-re-fueling collision with the KC-135Q (59-1474) tanker. Lt. Col. Buddy L. Brown and his RSO Maj. Mortimer J. Jarvis both ejected and survived the crash. The KC-135 made it back to Beale AFB, California with a damaged refueling boom and aft fuselage. The SR-71 (61-7970) "Super Skater" crashed in the western Texas desert on non-Federally owned land. Our SR-71 artifacts are truly amazing and historically important artifacts!
The supply of this exceedingly rare, historically important aviation relic is extremely limited. If you have ever dreamed of owning an authentic piece of mission flown SR-71 titanium from the fastest manned jet aircraft ever built, now is the time to step up before the supply runs out. All our items come with a Certificate of Authenticity and make perfect gifts for pilots, the military, and history, aviation or space enthusiasts.
Arizona Skies Meteorites® is in no way affiliated with the Lockeed Martin Corporation.
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