January 2009
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;1/30/2009, Vol. 78 Issue 17, p2
The article reports on the plans of the U.S. Air Force to design flying robots that look like insects. The robots will reportedly be used to spy on enemies in other countries and in missions that are too dangerous for humans. According to military experts, the bug-like robots will have wings that move up and down and can fly undetected into buildings. Also noted is the expected benefit of the robots to U.S. soldiers.


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