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Imagine the joy of being able to fly through the air with zero restrictions. Not as a bird and not within a plane, but as a human with nothing more than a jet air pack strapped to your back. Just think about the many advantages in combat: you could soar above enemies and swoop down for an attack when they least expect it. A machine like that would be remarkable, provided that the FAA was given... Read Review

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