Flying Saucer To Be Developed As Surveillance Drone

By: Justin Good - Published: Apr 10, 2007 • References: infowars
A retired Hovercraft engineer and British inventor, Geoff Hatton, “has designed and patented a flying saucer from his workshop." This "electricity-driven", 3ft wide saucer is a "cross between a hovercraft and a helicopter, which has grabbed the attention and imagination of the U.S. military. The U.S. military is "convince that it has potential" and that the technology can be used as surveillance and very "useful in urban areas because if it bumped into walls it could recover." In addition, the U.S. military plans on using the saucer for "unmanned aerial vehicles to inspect crops, search-and rescue missions, aerial surveying, and getting close to roofs." Stats for Flying Saucer to be Developed as Surveillance Drone Trending: Older & Chilly
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