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FCW : November 15, 2012
NOW FIGHTS HUNGER. In 1951, a ash of inspiration made it possible to see in the dark. Arizona engineer Carl Wiley had invented Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), and the modern era of reconnaissance along with it. Providing detailed images from the SR-71, it left America s Cold War adversaries with nowhere to hide. Today, SAR is a frequent yer on satellites, drones, and NASA missions. It s even helping scientists forecast crop yields in the global ght against hunger. The SAR story is our story. See it unfold at: www.lockheedmartin.com/100years HELPED WIN THE COLD WAR. © 2012 Lockheed Martin Corporation Image courtesy of NASA/nasaimages.org. No endorsement expressed or implied.
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November 30, 2012