Experimental Ship

Diagram of a typical gas turbine jet engine (i...

Diagram of a typical gas turbine jet engine (in English). Air is compressed by the fan blades as it enters the engine, and it is mixed and burned with fuel in the combustion section. The hot exhaust gases provide forward thrust and turn the turbines which drive the compressor fan blades. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Experimental prototype
the allocation of a multifaceted multi engine multidirectional multi-rocket multi type of engine helicopter rocket jet magnetic propulsion photonic helium powered gas electricity and solar as well as laser driven capabilities sales as well as navigation controls to complete the multi advanced directional prototype for the delegation of duties and earth and space The advanced vehicle would have wheels  and here capable and determine the function of global aspirations for the international troops and have dominance in the areas of transport of goods of crisper of troops of is PRGN and delegating matters of national importance the function of the multifaceted space going airship would have The United Nations peacekeeping troops as passengers as well as the combined army instead of a large carrier is the CF’s You have this device this intership transporting and translating energies of many types wind air induction nuclear power all the gas natural gas the aspect of social aspect of magnetic energy and helium as well as the aspect of helicopter blades of rocket power and of jet engine delegation of all types to act as a series of generators Air superiority tactical inventive calculations destiny

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