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Best Inside Skunk Works podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Inside Skunk Works podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Inside Skunk Works is back for its second season! Building on the history of the Skunk Works® shared in Season 1, this podcast uncovers our future focused innovations through first-hand accounts of test pilots, engineers and designers. Rapidly developing disruptive technologies, brainstorming out of the box solutions and engineering the future of flight – all at Skunk Works.This season, we’re diving into hypersonics, unmanned systems and conceptual design. In true Skunk Works fashion, our fa ...
 
Ever have a skunk spray under your home? Or wake up to find bats in your attic have flown into the bedroom? Wildlife and people are intimately linked in a constant give and take. Sometimes these animals find their way into our homes and create all kinds of conflict while just trying to carve out a niche for themselves. On the Maine Wildlife Management Podcast we're discussing nuisance wildlife removal and home damage repair solutions that are practical for you whether a DIY or hiring a Wildl ...
 
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Aircraft design begins with an idea, but you can’t fly an idea. Just as the Wright brothers proved air travel is possible, Skunk Works® engineers must prove the impossible, is possible.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield & Ther ...…
 
A spy story involving CIA cover stories, the Red Fleet, Skunk Works® engineers, and a famous, eccentric American billionaire.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield, Theresa Hoey, & Nick TanakaArtwork by Becca Smith & Francisco Sil ...…
 
In the 1970s, Skunk Works® stealth technology was proving so successful, that Ben Rich began looking for new potential applications. From this search would arise a program that would allow the United States not only to dominate the air, but the sea.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at ...…
 
Skunk Works® is in the business of going fast. More than a mile per second fast. What does it take to fly at hypersonic speeds?For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield & Theresa HoeyAssociate Producer Nick TanakaArtwork by Becca Smi ...…
 
The first pilot to fly the SR-71, a pilot with more flight test hours at Mach 3 than any other, and a protégé of legendary aircraft designer Kelly Johnson – this is his journey that changed the world. His name is Bob Gilliland.For a full transcript of this episode go to https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/who-we-are/business-areas/aeronautics/ ...…
 
In 1962, Kelly Johnson led a small team to design and develop a supersonic drone. Meet today's leaders of Skunk Works® unmanned systems and learn about what we're working on today.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield & Theresa H ...…
 
Without security, the Skunk Works® wouldn’t exist. Security Integrator, Ward Albin, discusses some of his most challenging experiences operating in secrecy. For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield, Theresa Hoey, & Sabrina BragaArtw ...…
 
The X-35 and the YF-22 set the precedent for a new kind of jet fighter. We're outlining the evolution of 1st generation jet fighters to 5th generation and beyond.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at LockheedMartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield & Theresa HoeyArtwork by Becc ...…
 
Skunk Works® designs the aircraft of the future. Ever wonder how?For exclusive content, check out our show notes at LockheedMartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield & Theresa HoeyArtwork by Becca Smith & Francisco SilvaWeb Content by Kyra Betteridge…
 
Are you ready for season 2? We’re covering conceptual design, hypersonics, unmanned systems, and much more.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at LockheedMartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Claire Whitfield & Theresa HoeyArtwork by Becca Smith & Francisco Silva…
 
In this episode of the Maine Wildlife Management podcast we're discoing DIY advice for trapping flying squirrels. While one of the best ways for handling flying squirrels is to seal up the entire home and instilling one way doors, that isn't always practical or cost-effective. For those times when trapping and removal is the only practical opti ...…
 
Why Relocating in the Winter isn't Always A Good Idea. Relocating, removal, one way doors, lethal and live trapping are all tools that the professional wildlife control agent uses to help resolve wildlife conflicts with people. However, things aren't as easy as just setting trap and walking away. Especially if you care about the animals and the ...…
 
The weather is starting to drop off pretty hard lately. Our phones have been ringing with flying squirrels and mice moving into homes. They're seeking the warmth and comfort of living inside your home. We always recommend a full home exclusion in almost all cases. However, some scenarios just trapping and keeping the mice under control is the b ...…
 
There are a number of common failure points along the foundation of your home. Mice and rats will exploit these gaps and holes all the time and get inside. Some folks will go their whole lives and never even be aware that these gaps and areas exist. In this episode of the Maine Wildlife Management Podcast we break down and discuss the common fa ...…
 
This topic stemmed from a recent overload of folks calling in with problems with animals they caught that they did not intend to. Typically someone will set a trap for a mouse/rat/squirrel and winds up with a large species like raccoon/skunk/groundhog. A little advance planning is always a good idea when setting traps for animals. Especially if ...…
 
In nearly all cases of wildlife management the focus is on how to control the wildlife. Humans are very much a part of that conversation, although they are often in the background. By that, we mean that wildlife is often viewed from an anthropocentric model, or utilitarian model. As in, how can the wildlife help for hurt us? Therefore, how can ...…
 
Bats that are flying inside your home are almost always an indication that there are bats in your attic. In this weeks show we talk about some of the concerns and issues when a bat enters your bedroom, bathroom, dining room, or any other living space in the home. Where they come from, why they showed up, removal, and preventing conflicts in the ...…
 
MWM Podcast 008: How to Get Rid of Skunk Odor! We want to you to be able to remove skunk spray as fast and as cheaply and easily as possible. In this episode we talk about the most effective recipe on the planet, why you may or may not need it, and other tips and tricks involving skunk essence and getting rid of it.…
 
This summer we've been trapping and removing a number of groundhogs lately. In this episode we go over traps, sets, why and when groundhogs show up, what to look for, and what to consider when trapping our removing groundhogs.By Maine Wildlife Management
 
MWM Podcast Episode 006: What to Do About Baby Bats on Your Floor. In this episode we are discussing the calls coming in lately regarding bats and baby bats that are found in homes. There are a lot of concerns and issue dealing with bats in the middle of summer, and we want to cover a few points in this episode.…
 
Advancing technology allows aircraft to go faster and faster, but there is still one barrier that prevents the public from traveling faster than the speed of sound - the sonic boom.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Theresa Hoey & Claire Whitf ...…
 
In this episode of the Maine Wildlife Management Podcast, we talk about some of the common complaints and issues with raccoons in and around the home. As of the time of the recording it is Spring in Central Maine. The raccoon mothers are having young babies, and looking to have them inside attics and homes. We discuss some of the control measur ...…
 
In the midst of an energy revolution, a small team at the Skunk Works® is trying to solve a massive problem. Will they make compact fusion a reality? For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Theresa Hoey & Claire WhitfieldArtwork by Becca Smith…
 
Skunk Works® engineers have a willingness to take on projects most others don’t because the chances to succeed are too small or too difficult.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Theresa Hoey & Claire WhitfieldArtwork by Becca Smith…
 
In this episode of the Maine Wildlife Management Podcast we're going over 4 of the big primary places that bats get inside a home. We'll also talk briefly about the issues associated with each of these, as well as some big considerations when it comes to excluding bats from the attic in your home.By Maine Wildlife Management: Nuisance Wildlife Removal and Home Damage Repair Specialist
 
Before the F-117 and the SR-71 there was an aircraft that began to experiment with stealth - an aircraft that does so many things well, it’s still flying today.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEmail us at insideskunkworks.lm@lmco.comProduced by Theresa Hoey & Claire WhitfieldArtwork by Becca ...…
 
In this short episode we're talking about getting long term mice and squirrels out of a customers home. This is a super common question that we get all the time. Or at least some variation of this question.By Maine Wildlife Management
 
For many years fighter jets were specifically designed for individual military branches. In the 1990s, U.S. military leadership decided it would be more efficient to design one jet to meet the unique needs of the Air Force, Marines and Navy. In November of 1996, Lockheed Martin and Boeing competed to design the best X-plane solution to this new ...…
 
When it comes Wildlife Control and Animal Control folks can get confused relatively easily. There is a lot of overlap in terms. However, the job titles and responsibilities are very separate. In this episode we dig deeper into the differences and similarities between these two common job descriptions for handling problems with animals and wildlife.…
 
This episode we talk about using one way doors for skunk removal in your home. These are not the best choice in all situations, however they can be a great tool for the right places.By Maine Wildlife Management
 
Radar-guided missiles were an ever-growing threat to aircraft throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s. As they say, “necessity is the mother of invention,” and the creation of an invisible airplane that would come to be known as the F-117 Nighthawk was no exception.For exclusive content, check out our show notes at lockheedmartin.com/insideskunkworksEm ...…
 
Ever have a skunk spray under your home? Or wake up to find bats in your attic have flown into the bedroom? Wildlife and people are intimately linked in a constant give and take. Sometimes these animals find their way into our homes and create all kinds of conflict while just trying to carve out a niche for themselves. On the Maine Wildlife Man ...…
 
In 1943, the Germans were already using jet technology in combat. The United States military leadership was frantic for a jet fighter of their own to counter the new threat. An idea for a secret organization hidden within a large aeronautics company begins to take shape and at the root of this idea is a young American engineer.For exclusive con ...…
 
It was a time when computers were in their infancy. They were incredibly expensive and enormous with less processing power than an iPhone. Using little more than slide rules and pencils, a group of engineers designed one of the most advanced aircraft in aviation history. The year was 1958 and the aircraft they created was the SR-71 Blackbird.Fo ...…
 
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 solv ...…
 
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