Pratt and Whitney J58 Turbojet 

Pratt and Whitney J58 Turbojet Photograph

Pratt and Whitney J58 Turbojet Photograph

 Built by Pratt and Whitney, the  J58 Turbojet is used for powering the US strategic reconnaissance Lockheed SR-71A Thunderbird war machine. The Pratt and Whitney J58 Turbojet was the first jet engine designed to operate for extended periods using its afterburners. 

The J58 Turbojet engine generates a maximum thrust of 32000 pounds with more than 160,000 shaft hp, adapted for operations at extreme speeds.

 
 

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