The 'Valkyrie' was a real aircraft. Originally designed by North American Aviation as a Mach 3 replacement for the B-52. It never went beyond prototype phase after advancements in surface to air missiles. See more »
Regarding the supersonic Valkyrie bomber (full nomenclature: North American XB-70 Valkyrie), only two test prototypes were built before production was cancelled. One crashed in a midair collision in 1966 and the single remaining aircraft hasn't flown since it was delivered to the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio in 1969, and has only been moved from one corner of the museum to another. And it certainly couldn't land in some backwoods landing strip in eastern Europe, let alone get refueled, serviced and take off again for a return trip to the USA. See more »
I'll try to be short... 1. I love your production, but this time you totally disappointed me... 2. This time your script writers became idiots! The reasons are already mentioned in the previous comments/reviews + WTF music is this?!?!? Use Google, use YouTube... i'm sorry but you're IDIOTS! 3. Sofia != Baghdad !!!! 4. CBS, it was going to be cheaper for you, to buy tickets to Bulgaria, and cooperate with "Nu Boyana Film Studios", and film the scenes in real Bulgarian streets. That means no cars from the '70, no Iraq style buildings, real Bulgarian and professional actors, who can play the role, and speak REAL Bulgarian language. You don't know about "Nu Boyana"? OK, just google it this time at least... you will be amazed from the show-reel... Why you didn't make at least like Blindspot?!? They didn't film in Bulgaria, but at least show real bird view scenes! You have to make an excuse for your Bulgarian fans... even when one of our national TV buy your 1st and 2nd season... I'm not sure, they are going to buy the 3rd one and show what you think about Bulgaria...
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