The U2 incident was where A united States spy plane was shot down over Russia. The pilot was Gary Powers and he was captured by the Russians, who used this to embarass the US.
idk what U2 your referring to but im going to gues its the U2 incident durring the cold war. The U2 was a spy plane piloted by Frances Gary Powers that went down over Soviet Russia.
U2 spy plane and/or SR-71
U2 was named after the U-2 spy plane.
The U-2 plane flew from the United States of America to spy on the Soviets activity.
U2 could mean the flashlight battery or the spy-plane.
The band you are referring to is U2.
The U2 spy plane with Gary Powers at the controls
They land by using regular plane controlles but two super charged fast trucks have to chase after the U2 spy plane because they need to put the landing gears on it to touch the ground and land safley cause without the gears the U2 spy plane has 2 gears on the front and back and if it touches down it will tilt and the wing will scrap against the tarmac.