Photos: Secretive X-37B Space Plane's 3rd Mission for the US Air Force
Aliens are among us
The X-37B/OTV is All Stacked Up, April 2010.
Secret Air Force X-37B Space Plane Mission a 'Spectacular Success'
Boeing U.S.'s Air Force secret X-37B
Recovery crew members process the X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle at Vandenberg Air Force Base after the program’s third mission complete.
NASA’s X-37B Spacecraft Adopted by United States Air Force as Military Space Plane | USAF Planning X-37B as Spy Plane | Space.com
The X-37B space plane designed by NASA has been revived by the United States Air Force to test reusable space capabilities. The USAF is considering using the X-37B as a military space plane.
A U.S. Air Force X-37B space plane swoops down for a landing at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on Oct. 17, 2014 after spending 22 months in space on a secret mission.