Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
A very serious aircraft.
Pretty sure that's a F-102 or F-106. The B-58 was much bigger and had engine nacelles on the wings instead of intakes on the fuselage.
Interestingly, according to this article the F-102 was used by B-58 pilots for training as it had similar characteristics as the Hustler, but was cheaper to operate.
They had to add a large belly tank to the F-102's in order to simulate the "drag" of the H-bomb carrier/fuel tank, (AKA "the pod") used by the B-58. This wasn't a real problem for the aircraft as both had the same canopy melt temp.@ 800Ft AGL @ SL. After the U-2 shoot down in the 50's they were tasked with high speed low level attacks with multi megaton H-bombs, something that the 1450 MPH @ 370000 feet B-58 was ill suited to do. Shortly after that the still mostly new B-58's and F-102's were quietly sent to the "bone yard"(NASA(CIA) kept some of both aircraft for "training" into the 70's )---Ray
F-102 Engine inlet nacelles on the F-106 were back about 5 feet and a totally different inlet shape....
Hey, anyone remember 'loft' bombing? I always wanted to see a demonstration of that. Not with a nuke, of course...
Did it quite a bit in my ute. Not with a nuke, of course :-)