Dragon Lady


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Dragon Lady

beautiful Chinese temptress. [Comics: “Terry and the Pirates” in Horn, 653]
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"ASARS-2B allows the Dragon Lady to see further than ever before," said Eric Ditmars, vice president of Raytheon Secure Sensor Solutions.
"Dragon Lady" airs its pilot episode today on GMA Network.
While studded with classic and original torch songs, sensuously performed by Porkalob and a live jazz combo, Dragon Lady doesn't romanticize her gutsy forebear.
Rick Bishop, a former U-2 pilot, takes the reader deep into the Black World of 'air-breathing' (non-satellite) reconnaissance, with a revealing and detailed account of the trials and challenges of flying a machine widely acknowledged as 'the most dangerous aircraft in the world', as well as revealing the personalities and adventures of some of the elite cadre of hand-selected pilots who have the right stuff to tame the Dragon Lady. From the grueling two-week interview process, through early training flights to many exploits flying top-secret missions around the world, and his eventual rise to Commander, the author sheds new light on a world that is largely unknown outside the tight fraternity of U-2 pilots and support personnel.
"It's not everyday you find out your mother is some kind of crazy, feral, vigilante dragon lady!" whoops Hiccup.
Walker soon realizes that "a simple missing-persons case had turned into something else, like most things in a bad dream." It ultimately involves the Detroit Mafia, a porno film studio, and a 'Dragon Lady' nemesis of Walker, "a psychopath with a two hundred IQ and more liquid assets than an emirate ...
Kennedy; the ditch; Columbia; Nixon and occupation; Chicago; Kissinger and the Dragon Lady; swift boat; and in Vietnam.
You know, the dragon lady. "They've got so big,'' Clarke said of her scaly scene partners.
The Dragon Lady, as the U-2 is commonly known, carries some of the most sophisticated equipment in the world and provides data for coalition leaders to make informed decisions about any given situation.