Bird Drone On A Wire
Sharon Weinberger attends a Special Operations contractor industry conference and emerges with tales of Emergent Destruction Technology. Tell me this isn’t ill:
Some unmanned aircraft are more futuristic, including a drone created by the Air Force Research Laboratory, which is shaped and painted to resemble a real bird. Though not ready for deployment, the bird drone, which may someday recharge itself by perching on utility lines like a real bird, has flown for 30 minutes.
I call him Ralph the Death Pigeon.