Skunk Works Reveals U-2 Replacement Plan

Credit: Tony Osborne/AW&ST
Sixty years after Lockheed Martin Skunk Works began the modern era of high-altitude spy planes with the U-2, the company is studying a stealthy next-generation replacement to secure its role in the future of covert surveillance. Lockheed’s plan builds on the foundation of the constantly upgraded U-2...
Guy Norris

Guy is a Senior Editor for Aviation Week, covering technology and propulsion. He is based in Colorado Springs.

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