Initiated in 2008, the Bloodhound Project is an on-going, educational development project designed to inspire young people to take up careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Both Bloodhound Project Director Noble and RAF Wing Commander Green have held the world land speed record. Mr. Noble set the record in 1983 by travelling more than 633 miles per hour aboard the Thrust 2, and he was Project Director for Thrust SSC, piloted by Commander Green, when it established the current world record of 763 miles per hour in 1997.
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