To prevent flocks of geese from flying toward its planes, Jupiter Airlines made some key design changes.
Wow! SOMEbody’s thinkin’. Kinda hurts the aerodynamics a bit though.
I just hope it works…
So where exactly does a pilot look through?
The eyes, the mouth or the nose?
@ Mr. Patel:
Oh, the eyes of course.
Must be a Folkker- Wulffe aircraft.
Sorry- I can’t seem to find the umlaut on my keyboard
SNARGE be gone.
It’s great to soar with the eagles, but then again, weasels never get sucked into jet engines…
They should fly that into enemy territory … reminds me of Return Of The King … the Orc’s battering ram
It’s plane to see that this is an aircraft in wolf’s clothing.
i have to agree with ben_david on this
but then what do i know, i was a SCUBA repairman before i retired
That’s why you see the snarling teeth on some trucks. Deer move out of their way rather than stupidly standing there and getting run over.
I’m not sure geese recognize giant flying wolves as natural enemies.
For those, like me, who were wondering what SNARGE meant.
(@Yukoneric - I don’t believe I’ve ever heard that term before. Out of curiosity, do you work in a field where it would come up, or did you just come across in it in your reading?)
Duck… Duck… Duck, goose!
August 21, 2015