Is The US Army About To Get New Crazy High Tech Hoverbikes?

Military

Cuz ‘Murica.

Technology that was once relegated to the realms of science fiction is now becoming a part of our reality. Malloy Aeronautics, a UK-Based aeronautics company, recently announced a partnership with a US Army contractor to develop a military grade hoverbike for the US Department Of Defense. The company has been developing a Hoverbike for several years, but this new collaboration with the US Army will bring the Star Wars style vehicles to the front lines of the future.

Prototypes of the futuristic vehicle fly like a helicopter, but are more maneuverable. Malloy and the US Army hope that the finished military spec vehicle will serve multiple roles including civilian, humanitarian and military purposes. Although there is no set date for the completed vehicle, we look forward to seeing the final product.

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