August 9, 2012 by Volamoot at Mashable!
A football field-sized blimp belonging to the U.S. Army was spotted over New Jersey skies Tuesday.
Dubbed the Long-Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle, or LEMV, it’s the army’s latest aerospace project, Wired reported. YouTube user jmeriney revealed the blimp in a video he posted on Wednesday.
Made by military aircraft manufacturer Northrop Grumman, the LEMV is designed to be a lighter-than-air cargo surveillance airship that can fly without a pilot.
It can float above combat zones for 21 days straight, and is equipped with high-tech sensors that can monitor insurgents from above, the Wall Street Journal reported. While the blimp can only tr…
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