|Primary Function:||Long-range, multi-role, heavy bomber|
|Builder:||Rockwell International, North American Aircraft|
|Operations Air Frame and Integration:||Offensive avionics, Boeing Military Airplane; defensive avionics, AIL Division|
|Power Plant:||Four General Electric F-101 GE-100 turbofan engine with afterburner|
|Thrust:||30,000-plus pounds (13,500-plus kilograms) with afterburner, per engine|
|Wingspan:|| 136.7 feet extended forward
78.2 feet swept aft
|Weights:|| Design Maximum Takeoff: 389,800 lbs.
Design Maximum Ramp: 395,000 lbs.
Maximum Landing: 350,000 lbs.
Max Speed: at 500 ft. (750 mph)
Max Speed: Mach 2.0 at 50,000 feet (1,320 mph)
Cruise speed: at 50,000 ft (648 mph)
|Range:||5,300 miles unrefueled|
|Ceiling:||Over 30,000 feet (9,000 meters)|
|Crew:||Four (aircraft commander, pilot, offensive systems officer and defensive systems officer)|
24 AGM-69B SRAM
|Date Deployed:||Cancelled 1977|
4 built, 2 crashed and 2 on display
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