jueves, 25 de julio de 2013

A Fleet of Blimps Will Soon Serve as a Missile Shield Over Washington

They can spot and track incoming cruise missiles, mine-laying ships, armed drones, or anything incoming from hundreds of miles away in 360-degrees and react in real-time. Perhaps most impressively, the JLENS system can stay in the air watching over a base or a city for up to 30 days, all day and all night, without needing to be resupplied or refueled. (Read more)

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