From Wired Magazine May 3, an unintended addendum to my just released Drone Ops post of May 2.
Virginia weaponized blimp maker Mav6 is pushing their Blue Devil 2 blimp to Homeland Security for domestic surveillance.
Blue Devil 2 – image Mav6 and Wired
Attachments and options range from still cameras to (alleged) Hellfire missiles.
Blimp gear – image Mav6 and Wired
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