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  • U-2 Program Office helps eliminate decompression sickness
      ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Thanks to the U-2 Program Office here, Air Force pilots flying the "Dragon Lady" no longer experience decompression sickness during their high-altitude flights. Commonly referred to as DCS, decompression …

  • Northrop Grumman Statement on the Global Hawk Block 30 Program
    FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Jan. 26, 2012 -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) has released the following statement on the Global Hawk Block 30 program: "The Pentagon announced today that it is planning to cancel the Global Hawk Block 30 program and …

  • Congress Sees U-2s Flying through 2016, at Least
    Congress Sees U-2s Flying through 2016, at Least: House and Senate defense authorizers agreed in conference that the Air Force must seek Congress' approval if the service wishes to phase out the U-2 reconnaissance fleet after 2016. They want to ensure …

  • U-2 Spy Plane Still Flying High
    One of the oldest planes the United States Air Force still flies is used to carry out some of America's most sensitive and critical missions. Whether it's aiding NATO troops in Afghanistan, providing surveillance over North Korea or examining Japan's hurricane …

  • Global Hawk Is Poised to Replace U-2 Spy Plane
    PALMDALE, Calif. — Tucked away here in the Mojave Desert, the assembly plant for the high-flying Global Hawk jet resembles a giant hobby shop. Work tables surround a handful of fuselages, and an unusually long wing — needed to slip through …