Dragon Lady


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Dragon Lady

beautiful Chinese temptress. [Comics: “Terry and the Pirates” in Horn, 653]
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"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.