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Published Sources

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Brown, William H.  “J58/SR-71 Propulsion Integration,” Studies in Intelligence 26:2 (Summer 1982), 15-23.

Crickmore, Paul F. Lockheed SR-71The Secret Missions Exposed. London:  Osprey, 1996.

Drendel, Lou.  SR-71 Blackbird In Action.  Carrollton, TX:  Squadron/Signal Publications, 1982.

Goodall, James.  SR-71 Blackbird. Carrollton, TX:  Squadron/Signal Publications, 1995.

Goodall, James and Jay Miller.  Lockheed’s SR-71 “Blackbird” Family:  A-12, F-12, M-21, D-21, SR-71. Hinckley, UK:  Midland Publishing, 2002.

Graham, Richard H.  SR-71 Blackbird:  Stories, Tales, and Legends. St. Paul, MN:  Zenith Press, 2002.

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Haines, Gerald K.  “The CIA’s Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-90,” Studies in Intelligence 41:1 (1997), 67-84.

Helms, Richard with William Hood.  A Look Over My Shoulder:  A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency. New York:  Random House, 2003.

Jenkins, Dennis R.  Lockheed SR-71/YF-12 Blackbirds. North Branch, MN:  Specialty Press, 1997.

Johnson, Clarence L.  “Development of the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird,” Studies in Intelligence 26:2 (Summer 1982), 3-14.

Johnson, Clarence L. “Kelly” with Maggie Smith.  Kelly:  More Than My Share of It All. Washington, DC:  Smithsonian Institution Press, 1985.

Landis, Tony R. Lockheed Blackbird Family: A-12, YF-12, D-21/M-21 and SR-71 Photo Scrapbook. North Branch, MN: Speciality Press, 2010.

McIninch, Thomas P.  “The OXCART Story,” Studies in Intelligence 15:1 (Winter 1971), 1-25.

Merlin, Peter. From Archangel to Senior Crown: Design and Development of the Blackbird. Reston, VA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2008.

Miller, Jay.  Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works.  Leicester, UK:  Midland Publishing, 1995.

Pedlow, Gregory W. and Donald E. Welzenbach. The Central Intelligence Agency and Overhead Reconnaissance:  The U-2 and OXCART Programs, 1954-1974. Washington: Central Intelligence Agency, 1992.  Chapter 6 on OXCART declassified October 2004.

Remak, Jeannette and Joseph Ventolo, Jr.  A-12 Blackbird Declassified.  St. Paul, MN:  MBI Publishing Co., 2001.

———. The Archangel and the OXCART: The Lockheed A-12 Blackbirds and the Dawning of Mach III Reconnaissance. Bloomington, IN: Trafford Publishing, Co., 2008.

Rich, Ben R. and Leo Janos.  Skunk Works:  A Personal Memoir of My Years at Lockheed. Boston:  Little, Brown, 1994.

Richelson, Jeffrey T.  The Wizards of Langley:  Inside the CIA’s Directorate of Science and Technology. Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 2001.

Suhler, Paul A. From Rainbow to GUSTO: Stealth and the Design of the Lockheed Blackbird. Reston, VA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2009.

Sweetman, Bill.  Lockheed Stealth. St. Paul, MN:  MBI Publishing, 2001.

Wheelon, Albert D.  “And the Truth Shall Keep You Free:  Recollections by the First Deputy Director of Science and Technology,” Studies in Intelligence 39:1 (Spring 1995), 73-78.

Whittenbury, John R.  “From Archangel to OXCART:  Design Evolution of the Lockheed A‑12, First of the Blackbirds.”  PowerPoint presentation, August 2007.

Wings of Fame. London:  Aerospace Publishing, 1997.

 

Reference Documents

Central Intelligence Agency, Office of Special Activities.  “Chronology, 1954-68.”  Declassified, June 2003.

Johnson, Clarence L. “Archangel Log.” Undated.

———.“History of the OXCART Program.”  Burbank, CA:  Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, 1 July 1968. Declassified, August 2007.

 

Websites

http://blackbirds.net

http://roadrunnerinternationale.com

http://www.habu.org

http://www.lockheedmartin.com

 


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