Photograph of T-38 Supersonic Trainer parked outside hangar, ca.1960. At center, a large U.S. Air Force Jet is seen parked on a cement runway. The lightly-colored body of the plane is long and pointed, especially near the front. A small black flap is visible under the nose pointing away from the plane's body. The wings seen near the back of the plane are thin and wide across. The tail, barely visible at the end of the plane, stands perpendicular to the body with a large number painted at its base. Three tires are visible supporting the jet on the runway. At the top of the jet, two cockpits are visible with their glass coverings left open. In the background, a large metallic hangar is visible.; A description on the back of the photoprint reads: "T-38 design features -- This view of USAF Northrop T-38 supersonic trainer shows 'area rule' curvature at wing junction, wide tread landing gear and separate, jettisonable cockpit canopies for student and instructor. The thin metal plate under the nose is an antenna".