More Details Emerge About Lockheed Martin’s Pioneering X-44A

Credit: Guy Norris/AWST
While most heads at the Los Angeles County Air Show on March 24-25 were turned upward to watch the flying display, it was the unexpected presence in the static park of a previously secret Lockheed Martin Skunk Works unmanned air vehicle (UAV) that stole the headlines.Dubbed the X-44A, the diminutive...

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