Plant 42

Plant 42

DVD - 2013
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Host Jake Ward takes viewers into the world of 'top secret,' off-the-record projects being built in America. He sheds light on some of the covert technology being developed in America, including aircraft flying faster than the speed of sound, stealth weapons, and propulsion systems.
Publisher: Universal City, Calif. : National Geographic Video, [2013]
ISBN: 9781426342622
1426342624
Branch Call Number: DVD 629.133 PLANT
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (45 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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PullTheOtherOne
May 05, 2017

Pretty disappointing, overall. I found the presenter to be rather obnoxious, and it's no surprise that he's not going to find out much just by pointing cameras in people's faces and asking about top-secret projects. There's really nothing to learn here (wow, there are areas where secret tech is being developed, and we don't know what it might be!) and even conspiracy nuts won't find anything worthwhile. Certainly not one of National Geographic's finest productions.

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jimg2000
Oct 10, 2014

Nothing new unless you think B-2 stealth bomber is still hush hush and mini drones with little quad rotors are state of the art super secret projects in Plant 42 near Palmdale.

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jimg2000
Oct 10, 2014

Jake: Look at the size of those hangers there could be any type of aircraft behind those doors.

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