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Knowing that Soviet spies kept a close watch on the Lockheed plant in Burbank, Johnson decided it was necessary to move construction and production to another site after the prototype had been built. He reassigned his crew to a building on Norris Road in Oildale used as a Lockheed assembly plant during World War II (the site now houses Custom Building Products). The plant was given the code name Unit 80.