Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Scott attended Yale and Oxford universities and did a stint in the U.S air force before joining international rescue.
Scott also helps co-pilot Thunderbird 3 with his brother Alan.
On rare occasions he has been known to take a stint on Thunderbird 5.
He is considered to be quick thinking and the confidence to make instant decisions with determination and bravery.
Ladies, he is a real catch.. too bad he hasn't been born yet.
Posted by MICHAEL BAILEY & Marty Clayton at 5:15 PM
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
John Tracy and his brother Alan take it in turns to run Thunderbird 5, often staying on board for 1 month at a time ( can't order pizza ).
The station is run on atomic battery's and piles on the bottom floor ( the entire bottom floor ) while the second floor is for sleeping, hoping nothing goes wrong below you...
The 3rd floor is where all the action happens while monitoring the world
On the very top houses a astrodome with a powerful hi-resolution telescope.. you can use it manually or plug it into a monitor so everyone can have a
See how powerful the telescope really is ... ( this was taken over hovering over japan )
Posted by MICHAEL BAILEY & Marty Clayton at 8:52 PM
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
This beast is powered by 2 turbo drives that run twin atomic generators and 6 drive turbos for underwater power while smaller jet engines are used for surface cruising. Lighting is from a front mounted trough, other equipment includes a laser cutter, electromagnet, hydraulic rams and a missile launcher for items that get in your way.
What would Thunderbird 4 be like on today's roads ?
Posted by MICHAEL BAILEY & Marty Clayton at 5:52 PM
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
THUNDERBIRD 3 LAUNCH SEQUENCE
This craft is able to reach speeds of 25,200 mph which is required to exit earths atmosphere with ease. Inside thunderbird 3 is the remaining lounge,cockpit and sleeping quarters which are housed within a twin wall hull for added protection from meteors... just in case.
THUNDERBIRD 3 HEADING FOR THE SUN
Sometimes on rare occasions , thunderbird 3 is used as a rescue vehicle when a outer-space mission is required and Scott Tracy will accompany Alan on some missions.
Posted by MICHAEL BAILEY & Marty Clayton at 5:47 PM
Monday, February 28, 2011
Thunderbird 1 has 4 booster rockets used for take-off and landing, also ram-jet thrusters and a mid mounted sustainer rocket are used for horizontal landings. The role of thunderbird 1 is to get to the danger zone as soon as possible so that Scott can asses the situation.
Posted by MICHAEL BAILEY & Marty Clayton at 4:02 PM
Monday, January 3, 2011
Love the way they flick out to the side.. funny stuff... Thunderbird 2 is powered by an atomic pile in lightweight shielding and can reach speeds of 5000 m.p.h. and cruising speed of 2000 m.p.h. and has 4 tailplane -mounted turbo jets to provide power to boot... BUT is that enough power in real life.. i wonder.
haha ... until next time .. thunderbirds are go
Posted by MICHAEL BAILEY & Marty Clayton at 7:22 PM
Sunday, November 28, 2010
FAB1 ON TOP GEAR
Posted by MICHAEL BAILEY & Marty Clayton at 7:44 PM