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Since the Cold War era, the United States has worked to build the world’s most advanced stealth aircraft, which produced the famous U2 spyplane, the SR-71, the B2 bomber, and most recently, the Air Force’s impressive B-21 Raider, the world’s first sixth-generation-aircraft. However, for decades there have been rumors about other aircraft that have been designed at Lockheed’s legendary Skunk Works facility.
Did programs like the mysterious and long-rumored “Aurora” actually exist? And could Lockheed engineers like the famous Kelly Johnson have even been inspired to build such stealth planes after he and several employees observed a genuine UFO? We look into all these questions this week on The Micah Hanks Program.
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