US Launches Drone Aircraft To Protect Its’ Border From Scary Canadians

US LAUNCHES REMOTE CONTROLLED CRAFT TO MONITOR CANADA-US BORDERS
US Customs and Border Protection officials have launched a drone aircraft that will now monitor the northern US border.
A Predator B aircraft will fly along the northern border using sensors that can provide video and detect heat and changes to landscape, Customs and Border Protection officials said.
The plane was launched at a cost of more than $10 million from an air force base in Arizona but the flight encountered difficulties and was forced to turn back before finally travelling the distance from Arizona to Grand Forks where it will be used to monitor border traffic remotely.
Several of these drones planes have crashed in the recent past, but none have caused any injuries to persons on the ground. Last year one crashed that narrowly missed a home.
Last year more than 40,000 pounds of marijuana was seized by US border agents(bastards, you bastards)as well as more than 4000 persons who were arrested after attempting to cross in the land of plenty.
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One Comment

  1. Chris
    Posted December 9, 2008 at 12:50 pm | Permalink

    40000pounds…I would have loved to be there for there burning to inhale that smoke


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