U-2: Sixty Years And Still Flying High
16 July 2015
For sixty years, the U-2 Dragon Lady has been America's eyes, ears, and nose in the sky. Code One
looks back at the U-2 program on the anniversary of its first flight.
Carmine Vito: U-2 Pilot
30 April 2015
Vito’s mission took him directly over Moscow and its extensive network of newly built air defenses, which ringed the city in three concentric circles at twenty, forty, and sixty miles from the city center.
U-2 Dragon Lady Today
14 September 2014
The end of U-2 production in 1989 marked the beginning of a host of evolutionary upgrades.
Twelve Things To Know About The U-2
13 September 2014
Facts, figures, and other essential details about the U-2 Dragon Lady.
U-2 By The Numbers
12 September 2014
Reliability maintainability, and supportability lead engineer, tracks statistics for the U-2 program.
The Man Behind The U-2 Pilot
8 September 2014
Mark Schroeder has had the responsibility of prepping, maintaining, testing, and inspecting survival equipment for U-2 missions.
Early History Of The U-2 Dragon Lady
15 February 2002
The U-2 reconnaissance aircraft, though designed and developed in great secrecy in the 1950s, has somehow never fully emerged from the shadows even though it has outlasted one successor, the SR-71 Blackbird.