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China claims the US sent a U-2 reconnaissance plane into a no-fly zone to spy on military drills
China has lodged "stern representations" with the United States, accusing it of sending a U.S. U-2 reconnaissance plane into a no-fly zone over Chinese live-fire military drills on Tuesday, further ratcheting up tensions between Beijing and Washington
Here’s how the Air Force plans on keeping the U-2 spy plane high above the battlefield for decades to come
The Dragon Lady isn't going anywhere anytime soon
The Air Force plans on retiring the vaunted U-2 spy plane starting in 2025
After nearly 70 years of service, the U.S. Air Force plans to begin divesting its fleet of U-2 Dragon Lady spy planes starting in fiscal year 2025, budget documents show
64 years ago, the vaunted U-2 spy plane’s first flight happened totally by accident
On August 1, 1955, a prototype of the U-2 spy plane sprinted down a runway at Groom Lake in Nevada, and its massive wings quickly lifted it into the sky — but that wasn't exactly how it was supposed to go
What it takes to fly the U-2 spy plane at the edge of outer space
The U-2 pilot cadre has remained small in part because the Air Force has long sought applicants with extensive experience and flight time — six years and 1,200 rated hours — to fly a challenging, single-seat plane up to 13 miles above the Earth, all while snapping reconnaissance images
The CIA Had A Top-Secret Manual To Help U-2 Pilots Avoid Crapping Their Pants At 70,000 Feet
How exactly do the pilots of one of the world's most sophisticated spy plane take a dump during flights of...
Fatal U-2 Crash Grounds Spy Plane For Now
The pilot killed when a U-2 Dragon Lady crashed near the Sutter Buttes on Tuesday has been identified as Lt....
1,000th Pilot Solos U-2 ‘Dragon Lady’ Spy Plane
A crowd of U-2 Dragon Lady pilots gathered in Hangar M at Beale Air Force Base on Wednesday to welcome...