Trump Defense Budget Gives U-2 New Lease On Life

Credit: Lockheed Martin
The defense plus-up provided in President Donald Trump’s first budget request breathed new life into Lockheed Martin’s U-2 reconnaissance aircraft, enabling the U.S. Air Force to keep the 60-year-old platform flying for the foreseeable future. The news that the Dragon Lady, as it is known, will...

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