The Air Force's U-2 spy plane first took flight in August 1955. One of the planes confused air traffic control computers in California last week, creating havoc. USAF/Getty Images hide caption

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The Air Force's U-2 spy plane first took flight in August 1955 and has been in commission ever since. USAF/Getty Images hide caption

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Vintage Spy Plane Gives High-Tech Drone A Run For Its Money

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