Miss Bomarc Interceptor Missile



The missile is the supersonic Bomarc anti-aircraft missile developed by Boeing and the University of Michigan Aeronautical Research Center. The woman is 18-year-old Fran Frost. The year was 1958.

The Hill Top Times, newspaper of Hill Air Force Base, offered the following coverage:

This guided missile hairstyle was inspired by the supersonic Bomarc missile. It’s a swirl-a-wave which features supersonic action from nape to crown. From a siren list, it cruises to a froth of fluff swinging from cheek to tip of ear. The nuclear payload goes into super action and long-range swirls intercepted by flowing lines and high altitude sweeps cruising towards its target of pixie bangs on the brow.

Fran Frost went on to be Miss Utah State Fair, Miss Dairy Queen, and Miss World Contact Lens, but then retired from modeling.

Read her full story at Conelrad Adjacent.
Posted By: Alex - Sat Jun 10, 2017
Category: Awards, Prizes, Competitions and Contests, Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues, 1950s, Weapons





Comments
Blonde bombshell?
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 06/10/17 at 10:22 AM
I'm sure there were plenty of men who would have liked her to intercept their incoming missiles... wink
Posted by Brian in NJ on 06/12/17 at 10:57 AM
Miss Missile (Miss Ile?), Miss Dairy Queen and Miss Contact Lens. For when you want your cows to fly, and see where they're landing.
Posted by Richard Bos in The Netherlands on 06/14/17 at 11:00 AM