NASA/KST QF-106A sitting in the static line-up at the 1997 Edwards AFB show. This QF-106 was used by Kelly Space & Technology to demonstrate a reusable tow launch vehicle in a project known as Eclipse for the Air Force. A couple months after this photo was taken they made the first towed flight behind a C-141. You can read about the details here; https://www.nasa.gov/centers/armstrong/news/FactSheets/FS-049-DFRC.html
The early morning sun is wonderfully illuminating this amazingly clean F-106. It is one of the few which survived its use as a drone (see my pic in April 97). It arrived at AMARC on 23 Feb 98 and was the only B Model of the six "Red Tails". It flew at both Holloman and Tyndall. 59-0158 is a former Langley bird with the 48th FIS. It also served as a trainer for the Mercury astronauts. Since 25 Feb 03 it is displayed at the AFFTC Museum, Edwards AFB CA.