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Looking for a place to do his cloak-and-dagger work, Johnson created a space next to a wind tunnel, using Wright engine the section headed AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS packing-boxes for walls and a rented circus tent for a roof. As the project took shape, curiosity mounted. Someone wondered aloud what Johnson was "brewing up" in there, and soon some wit compared Johnson's operation with the foul-smelling location in Al Capp's "Li'l Abner" comic strip where Kick- A-Poo Joy Juice was brewed, the Dog Patch Skunk Works.
Smith in 1928 formed Emsco Aero Engine Company to build a 1,000-horsepower diesel 44 airplane engine and in 1929 purchased Zenith become a pacesetting producer of record-breaking aircraft and introduced the trimotor Challenger, the two-passenger, opencockpit Cirrus, and the B-3 monoplane. Aircraft to One company created in California whose name remained in the forefront of light airplane manufacturers was Stearman Aircraft Company. Stearman joined Fred Hoyt to form a company in Venice. Stearman's C-l, -2, and -3 were each designed, produced, and eventually test flown at Clover Field, Santa Monica.
The NATO consortium produced more than 1,800; Canada and Japan produced another 550. From the Skunk Works came two other precedent-setting aircraft, the super-spy U-2, first flown in August 1955, and the Mach 3 SR-71/YF-12A.