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Add a page to your Sibley’s guide: The Pentagon has spent $4 million on a prototype drone aircraft for surveillance that looks and flies like a hummingbird, has a 6.5-inch wingspan and weighs less than a AA battery.
You might want to study the photo so you know what to look for when your cat has $4 million worth of military technology clenched in its maw.
Think small: EADS, the French-based parent of Airbus, has ten days to decide whether it will challenge the U.S. Air Force’s decision to award a $30 billion contract for 179 aerial refueling tankers to Boeing.
But rather than pursue the massive tankers, EADS says it’s downsizing its ambitions and will turn its attention to winning the contract for 7,500 hummingbird drones and a fleet of aerial hummingbird feeders.