The enduring fascination with Lockheed’s Blackbird means that, even 19 years after it last flew, there continues to be a seemingly insatiable appetite for more coverage of this legendary aircraft. Now, to feed this hunger, comes a lavishly illustrated new book from SR-71 aficionado, aviation historian, author and well-known Area 51 watcher, Jim Goodall. Coinciding with the 75th anniversary of Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works, the birthplace of the Blackbird, the book is an ...

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