Lighter-Than-Air Came Up Short for Long-Range Naval Reconnaissance

Winkler, David F.
May 2007
Sea Power;May2007, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p59
The article discusses the reconnaissance capability in the U.S. Navy industry. The long-range reconnaissance capability developed by U.S. Navy has added the security measure to their shorelines. The Congress has allowed them to acquire two airships Shenandoah (ZR1) and ZR3 which will be assigned to research and development and training purposes.


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