Friday, June 09, 2006
DAILYMAIL.CO.UK -- A German company has developed a prototype lightweight fixed-wing suit that would allow the wearer to jump from a plane at high altitudes and glide for over 120 miles at over 220 miles an hour -- longer/faster with optional microjets. Because of the small size, a "pilot" would be a hard target to hit and not appear on radars. While the wings would be difficult to hide once the pilot landed, there are great special ops implications for tricky insertions. Not to mention really cool seeming ideas for personal use, until people started crashing into each other and falling unconcious onto freeways. More...
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