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David D. Ewart is one of the engineers that worked on the Avro Arrow wind tunnel and Free Flight Model testing projects. After Avro, he spent most of his 35 NASA career years at North American, working on the Apollo and the Shuttle Projects.

David joined AVRO in late 1953, fresh out of flying training with the Royal Air Force. He was an aeronautical engineer that worked on both the wind tunnel and Free Flight Model Avro Arrow testing.

Avro went down to Langley Field in 1956. They were testing the AVRO Arrow in the Unitary supersonic wind tunnel, that was six weeks testing. Later Avro went down and flew a free-flight model from the NASA facility at Wallops Island.

 
We thank David for the amazing images that he has provided of his time working with CARDE and Avro while supervising the dynamic testing of the Free Flight Models!

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The Testing Facility at Pt Petre.

Main Control Radar Unit
Data Display  
Inside the telemetry truck.  

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