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Continuing history of the Oxcart Program run by the CIA in the 1960's. This book explains the Black Ops Program and the magnificent aircraft built to service it.
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Joseph A. Ventolo, Jr. is a military aviation historian and retired curator of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. He has co-authored three books with Jeannette Remak: XB-70 Valkyrie: The Ride to Valhalla (1998), A-12 Blackbird: Declassified (2001), and The Archangel and the OXCART: The Lockheed A-12 Blackbirds and the Dawn of Mach III Reconnaissance (2008). He has written a number of aviation articles for such periodicals as Air Force Magazine, Warbirds International magazine and Aero News Photo; and co-authored articles for Atlantic Flyer with Jeannette Remak. Ventolo is currently a researcher with Phoenix Aviation Research, a consulting service he and co-author Jeannette Remak formed to provide research services for other writers, researchers, and historians.
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