WASHINGTON (AP) — The Army says it won’t install high-powered video cameras on two blimp-like surveillance aircraft that will start hovering above suburban Baltimore in December. Maj. Beth Smith of the North American Aerospace Defense Command told The Washington Post (http://wapo.st/1qzUZME ) Friday the Army has dropped a requirement for video cameras on the stationary…
The blimp-like aircraft called aerostats are
designed to protect against terrorist attacks
from thousands of feet above the clouds.