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This company also has big plans for this little unmanned aerial vehicle. (Read
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|"Canadian aircraft maker Avro built a very similar vehicle in the 50s. Their's however could not get out of "ground effect". It also deiplayed severe handling problems.
It looked very call though.
(Yossi Preminger 2/13/2008 7:07:41 PM)
|"I couldn't help but think of the "chicken feeder" UFO that was photographed in the 50's."
(Kelly 2/16/2008 12:56:36 AM)
|"This is kind of like the "djinni" drone from Dean Ing's Butcher Bird novel."
(J. 10/7/2010 1:42:43 PM)
|"Here's a short description; I couldn't find a quote from the book. "Here, the French scientist and aircraft expert Roland Clement has invented a tiny robot plane, equipped with killer lasers, capable of seeking out and assassinating any previously identified target; he has sold his services to the Syrians, who call his plane a ``djinni'' and regard it with superstitious dread.""
(Bill Christensen 10/7/2010 5:40:22 PM)
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