Escaped Army surveillance blimp has damaged power lines for 28,000 in Pennsylvania

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The fighter jets were armed but did not shoot the blimp down. Ground controllers at Aberdeen Proving Ground do have the ability to deflate the helium-filled blimp, which could then slowly descend to the ground, but wasn’t specified if the system was used. The blimp has damaged power lines and nearly 28,000 lost power in the area. Finally he tail section detached first, and was found about a quarter-mile from where the rest of the blimp landed in Pennsylvania, Such blimps carry powerful radars that can protect a territory roughly the size of Texas from airborne threats. They  can detect and track objects like missi

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