Global Hawk, U-2 Duel Resumes in ’15 Budget Fight

Credit: USAF Airman First Class Bobby Cummings
My how times—and political winds—have changed for the beleaguered Global Hawk unmanned reconnaissance aircraft. Less than two years after proposing termination and premature mothballing of the new Block 30 version—once eyed as a replacement for the venerable, high-flying U-2 reconnaissance aircraft...

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