McDonnell RF-101 Voodoo

RF-101C Production of the RF-101, the worlds first supersonic photo-reconnaissance aircraft, began in 1956. The aircraft was a development of the F-101 Voodoo fighter which was designed initially as a long-range fighter to escort bombers. Eventually 166 RF-101s were produced and these aircraft saw action over Cuba, during the missile crisis, and most notably in South East Asia. Production ended in 1961 after nearly 800 versions of the F-101 had been produced.