speaking, this isn't an airliner subject, but perhaps no other
corporate jet is as symbolic of the 1960s than the Lockheed
JetStar. It was the bizjet of the rich, the powerful, the
glamorous. Even a few airlines (including TWA and Eastern) had
JetStars at some point. And as the Air Force's VC-140, JetStars
even used the call sign "Air Force One."
This dual deck of
playing cards in a nice plastic case was a promotional item for the
JetStar. Both decks have the same picture of Lockheed's
demonstrator JetStar, N711Z, on the back. (Interestingly, N711Z
is the same JetStar seen in the James Bond film "Goldfinger."
It's now a gate guard at Andrews Air Force Base, painted to look like a
-- Thanks to Jodie
Peeler for both the photo and the caption.