Since fruit flies existed since before fighter jets, I would say that fighter jets use fruit fly moves
Gripping news, this is the most important story they can cover right now I guess
Wrong answer if the researcher anticipated continued research funding.
I think fruit flies existed BEFORE jet fighters. Therefore, Jet Fighters are using Fruit Fly moves.
Or should we just put jet fighter parts in a tumbler and see what emerges?
But can fruit flies do a Thatch Weave?
The F-16 Deer fly has quite a bite.
The A-10 Chigger bugs the heck out of it’s enemies.
I have several Purple Martin houses in my backyard, love to watch them fly in the spring. I have noticed that when a martin approaches the house and is flying too fast they make a maneuver similar to a fighter jet on a visual approach to a runway. They fly an overhead pattern. They fly past the house, make a 180 degree turn, fly in the opposite direction from the house, make another 180 degree turn, and land on the house. All the while losing speed and altitude, exactly as I thousands of F-4’s do during my career.
How much federal grant money was wasted on this?
No fat anywhere in the budget, absolutely none!