Friday, January 27, 2012

Argus One; the Pentagon's Renamed 'Flying Sperm' by Observers.... Didn't They Realise What it Looked like?

It's called Argus One; the Pentagon's newest unmanned spy plane. But cheeky observers are already calling it the 'Flying Sperm'.

It has the capacity to carry 30 pounds of high tech sensors and cameras and the ability to hover over remote locations between 10,000 and 20,000 feet, even in rough weather.

The suspect design has been attributed to improved 'flight stability and aerodynamic control' as well as giving the aircraft a longer flight time.

The Argus One, named after the Greek god Argus who was the all seeing god with one hundred eyes, is designed to be an 'eye in the sky' even in very remote areas.

The aircraft was created by the World Surveillance Group Inc (WSGI) for the Pentagon and is now being tested at an undisclosed location. Read More