Lockheed Martin's SR-72 Hypersonic Plane?

Lockheed Martin's SR-72 Hypersonic Plane? (Google Maps)
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UFO conspiracy theorist bloggers have speculated that this object, spotted at an airport in rural western Palm Beach County, Florida is Lockeed Martin's secret project being developed as the successor to the SR-71 Blackbird spyplane.

The Lockheed Martin SR-72 has been in development since the early 2000s. It is believed the completed product will travel in excess of 4,600mph, or in excess of Mach 6 -- 6 times the speed of sound.
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@ 2018-01-13 15:04:36
This is absolutely, 100% NOT the SR-72 or a hypersonic aircraft at all. The facility is used for radar testing and that shape is the test piece they use for calibrating the radar. If it was anything even remotely 'secret' it most definitely wouldn't be sitting outside in the open at a low-security facility like this Pratt & Whitney support facility.
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@ 2019-02-15 11:15:55
Would have virtually no lift
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@ 2021-01-05 19:11:07
It an upper frame section of the UH program. Roll back to early 2010 and look at some of the aircraft at PW UH test facility. Pay close attention to the air frame configuration. Been there many times when PGA had nothing except Moroso and PW/GE engine facility.