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USAF Could Extend U-2's Life Amid Cost, Fielding Concerns for Global Hawk
The Pentagon is rethinking what is now being called a premature plan to retire the U-2 fleet in 2011 and push the date for a handoff to the young Global Hawk as the sole airborne provider of high-altitude imagery and signals intelligence back until the unmanned aerial vehicle reaches some key milestones.