B-1B Lancer by W.Peeters

By W.Peeters

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This U-2R was usually configured for ELiNT and COMINT surveillance and frequently flew missions lasting in excess of eight hours along the borders of the various European Communist bloc countries and the Soviet Union. This detachment would exist until the 17th RW was formed at RAF Alconbury in 1983. ln a near desperate attempt during 1974 to keep the U-2R production line open, he proposed a "U-2R RPV" to compete with the forthcoming COMPASS COPE remotely piloted vehicles. The Air Force had decided that unmanned vehicles were the wave of the future and was ready to commit large amounts of funding to procure advanced high-performance RPVs.

The six pilots pictured represent the last class to go through flight training prior to the CIA withdrawing the U-2Rs from service. s. U-2R operations that were flown with no national insignia, a small ROC insignia is located immediately above the speed brakes. Noteworthy are the folded wingtips in the head-on shot. (Clarence J. P. Fu Collection) 44 WARBIRDTECH - The first U-2R (Article 057) was first flown without paint using the civilian registration number N803X. Lockheed test pilot Bill Park made the flight on 28 August 1967 from the CIA facility on North Base.

The outer six feet of the wings fold upward to assist in ground handling and hanger storage. Surprisingly, the entire aircraft· can be disassembled and carried by a single C-141 transport when it needs to deploy overseas. Several other (-141 worth of supplies and maintenance tools are also required to support deployment. s. Air Force) LOCKHEED U-2 DRAGON LADY 41 A U-2R takes off, leaving behind its pogos for the ground crew to pick up. The pogo solution allowed a simpler and lighter airframe, but add~d certain complications on the ground, as well as making landing more difficult for the pilot.

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