Tensile, exfoliation, fatigue, and fatigue crack growth properties were determined for a new aluminum sheet alloy, 7475, in two heat treated conditions, T761 and T61. The tensile properties of the T61 sheet were superior to those for the T761 sheet. The fatigue crack growth properties were the same from heat treatment to heat treatment and were unaffected by crack orientation in the plate. Conventional notched and unnotched fatigue data showed in the 7475 alloy had superior fatigue resistance compared to presently-in-use aluminum alloys. The exfoliation properties of the T761 sheet were slightly superior to those of the T61 heat treatment.