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  • Crablike creatures with human faces bent into demonic contortions skittered out from the windows and fire escapes, as bat-winged gargoyles took to the air while fast-moving flesh-eaters bore gruesome mouths packed with razor-sharp teeth.

    Surrender the Dark

  • The capabilities and mission of the small, bat-winged aircraft, which resembles a pint-sized version of the Air Force's B-2 stealth bomber, were a subject of speculation in the defense press after the aircraft was spotted at a coalition military base in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

    Spy Planes Play an Indispensable Role in Mission

  • Navy said it made a breakthrough in drone technology with the first flight of the X-47B, a bat-winged unmanned jet designed to take off and land from an aircraft carrier, one of the most complex and difficult feats in aviation.

    Drone Will Call Aircraft Carriers Home

  • Crablike creatures with human faces bent into demonic contortions skittered out from the windows and fire escapes, as bat-winged gargoyles took to the air while fast-moving flesh-eaters bore gruesome mouths packed with razor-sharp teeth.

    Surrender the Dark

  • A spot of sabotage means NVR, one of his engineers, and a noblewoman passenger are downed on a planet that has flying, bat-winged natives.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: The War Of the Wing-Men - Poul Anderson

  • With notable exceptions, such as the Concorde SST and the bat-winged B-2 stealth bomber, long-range airliners or bombers usually have big, round fuselages to carry a lot and long, slender wings for fuel-efficient flight at high altitude.

    The Dream Machine

  • A spot of sabotage means NVR, one of his engineers, and a noblewoman passenger are downed on a planet that has flying, bat-winged natives.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: The Man Who Counts - Poul Anderson

  • With notable exceptions, such as the Concorde SST and the bat-winged B-2 stealth bomber, long-range airliners or bombers usually have big, round fuselages to carry a lot and long, slender wings for fuel-efficient flight at high altitude.

    The Dream Machine

  • With notable exceptions, such as the Concorde SST and the bat-winged B-2 stealth bomber, long-range airliners or bombers usually have big, round fuselages to carry a lot and long, slender wings for fuel-efficient flight at high altitude.

    The Dream Machine

  • A spot of sabotage means NVR, one of his engineers, and a noblewoman passenger are downed on a planet that has flying, bat-winged natives.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: The Van Rijn Method - Poul Anderson

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