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Unmanned bomber fits in backpack

Drone could give Marines instant air support

By Bruce Rolfsen - Staff writer
Posted : Monday Nov 1, 2010 15:06:36 EDT

The Air Force is working to develop a small unmanned bomber that can fit in a backpack and be deployed by infantry in seconds to annihilate enemy forces. It’s a tool that could prove useful for Marines and special operators on the frontlines of the war on terror where critical air support isn’t always moments away.

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