The following text from Aviation Week is not unique to the aircraft pictured:
10/18/1965. General Dynamics B-58 had the best non-combat safety
record in 1964 for Air Force supersonic aircraft, with no accidents.
Highest non-combat accident rate was recorded by the Republic F-105,
with 27.4 major accidents per 100,000 flight hours.
12/13/1965. B-52, B-58 Production. Washington- Boeing B-52 and
General Dynamics B-58 bombers ended their production cycle at the
exact same time- October 26, 1962- when the Air Force took delivery
of their last models. The first production model of the B-58 was
delivered December 1, 1959, to the Strategic Air Command's 43rd Bomb
Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas, USA. All told, 116 B-58s were produced
for the USAF at a unit cost of about $14.5 million.
05/31/1971. USAF plans to scrap its fleet of 85 Convair B-58 Hustler
bombers by the end of the year after stripping them of components
which might be used elsewhere. USAF thinks too much time would be
required to make the aircraft combat ready in the event of an emergency.