U-2

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U-2U-2 Reconnaissance aircraft
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I've always liked airplanes and this is a great opportunity to see them,'' said Strothard, who added that seeing the B-2 and the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft were among his highlights.
During Ortiz's tenure at Plant 42, the installation saw the first flight of the first production Global Hawk reconnaissance aircraft, the startup of the midfuselage production for the F-35 joint strike fighter, the installation of a new weapons delivery system on the F-117 stealth fighter, and ongoing support of the upgrade program of the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft.
PALMDALE -- The House of Representatives approved a defense authorization bill that boosts funding for the F-22A fighter, provides for improvements to Edwards Air Force Base and blocks the early retirement of the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft.
Lockheed Martin conducts modification work on the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft and the F-117A stealth fighter and builds components for the F-22A and F-35 fighters.
On the downside, the Pentagon is proposing to speed up retirement of the F-117A stealth fighter and the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft.
In addition to retiring the Nighthawk, the budget calls for retiring the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft, both modified by Lockheed Martin workers in Palmdale, while making room for the unmanned Global Hawk reconnaissance aircraft.
PALMDALE - The Pentagon is proposing to speed up retirement of the F-117A stealth fighter and the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft in two programs that employ Lockheed Martin workers in Palmdale.
Work at Plant 42 includes the production of the unmanned Global Hawk reconnaissance aircraft and modification operations for the B-2 bomber fleet, the F-117 stealth fighter and the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft.
Work at Plant 42 includes the modification of the B-2 bomber fleet, the F-117 stealth fighter and the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft.
An ER-2, a civilian version of the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft, was flown at 40,000 feet over parts of western Texas on Saturday for seven hours.