As the world's first delta-wing fighter, the prototype XF-92A was first flown in 1953. Design problems meant that only after some development could the later versions reach supersonic speeds.
The '102 had a dual-stick control system where the pilot controled the radar with one hand and flew with the other. The Dagger was also unique for a fighter in that it carried missiles internally. Many F-102s ended their careers as pilotless target drones.
I like this F-102 cockpit, the instruments are large and easy to read and the virtual cockpit is excellent, giving an unobostructed view but still the impression of looking out of a cockpit. Unobstructed that is except for the unusual centre canopy rail which maks for interesting landings!