Steve Justice, Inside Skunk Works
April 19, 2018
Aerospace Division Director, Steve Justice, is featured in a new podcast series produced by Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works called "Inside Skunk Works." Before Steve retired from the organization, he sat in a recording studio for several hours to talk about life inside the company and some of the incredible airplanes it created. Being one of the Skunk Works historians, his perspectives on the projects provide unique insight into the environment that spawned historic aircraft - such as the SR-71 Blackbird Mach 3 reconnaissance jet and F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter - as well as the challenges faced by the teams. He brings that set of experiences and operational model with him as he works with the TTS Academy team to stand up the Aerospace Division, where he continues his professional journey to develop advanced craft using revolutionary technologies to provide capabilities that will fundamentally change aircraft design and transportation.
You can listen to the podcast HERE.
About Inside Skunk Works:
75 years ago in Burbank, California, engineer Kelly Johnson devised an operational concept so unique it is still celebrated today. As the birthplace of many revolutionary technologies – from America’s first fighter jet to the classified programs of today – Skunk Works® sets the precedent for how our most critical and difficult problems are solved. This podcast brings to light the dark, classified world of the secret Lockheed Martin organization. First-hand accounts and stories passed down from generation to generation within the walls of Skunks Works are made public for the first time. And yes – we’ll talk about compact fusion!
Produced by Theresa Hoey & Claire Whitfield, Artwork by Becca Smith
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