You may need a dually to tow a secret X37-B spy plane, but you certainly don't need a diesel engine. Or anything from the past ten years. God, I love heavy duty pickup trucks — tugging spy planes. [PickupTrucks.com] »12/13/10 7:00pm 12/13/10 7:00pm
The U.S. Air Force's X-37b unmanned space shuttle landed at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California today following 220 days in orbit, touching down in darkness. Its mission? "Experimentation." Next one launches in spring. »12/03/10 2:00pm 12/03/10 2:00pm
After a decade of development, the Air Force plans to launch later this month the X-37B — a robotic spacecraft resembling a small space shuttle to conduct technology tests in orbit and then glide home to a California runway. »4/05/10 9:30am 4/05/10 9:30am
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