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The U.S. military has been taking some cues from comic-tech in recent years, designing gear for Air Force operators that's so slick it would win the approval of Bruce Wayne himself.
Two US F-16s fighter jets were scrambled to pursue the JLENS blimp as it floated north of Washington.
When the chopper touches down, four robotic legs automatically move to stabilize it.
Coming at you this week at a high rate of speed: an express train between Los Angeles and Las Vegas and a 3-D printer that can print a house.
A report from defense contractor Qinetiq says 3-D printing and other advanced technologies are poised to revolutionize militaries.
DARPA's Gremlin program is named for the imaginary, mischievous imps that became the good luck charms of many British pilots during World War II.
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