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AS COLD WAR LEGENDS GO, IT'S UP THERE. By the mid 1950s, the West had reason to believe the Soviets were embarking on a signi cant military buildup. Seeing behind the Iron Curtain was increasingly urgent, yet Russian defenses were too much for ordinary aircraft. Kelly Johnson s high- ying U-2 was the eye in the sky America needed. It became a critical asset during some of the Cold War s hottest moments. Today, after six decades of continuous upgrades, it s still up there as a cutting-edge intelligence collector. The U-2 s story is our story. It comes to life at: www.lockheedmartin.com/100years © 2013 Lockheed Martin Corporation
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