Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of spyplane.

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Examples

  • Don't forget 2001, when the Chinese military forced one of our spyplanes down in their territoy.

    Basic Oil Economics, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • America needs a crack team of genetically engineered velociraptors who constantly patrol the skies in robot spyplanes.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [125] -- Ask! Tell!

  • The inspectors DID go back into Iraq, with all of the best American intelligence data on alleged WMD, carrying out surprise inspections of hundreds of sites, returning multiple times to reinspect sites, using American U-2 spyplanes with ground-penetrating radar to inspect sites, with hundreds of inspectors on the ground.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Rumsfeld Called Out On Lies About WMD

  • And there were something like a dozen corporations that had a hand in outfitting the spyplanes, keeping them up, and running the program.

    John McQuaid: How Three Americans Ended Up Hostages in Colombia

  • We now know that in January 2003 President Bush suggested flying U2 spyplanes in UN colours over Iraq to try to provoke Saddam into a response which could be used to justify the invasion.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • We now know that in January 2003 President Bush suggested flying U2 spyplanes in UN colours over Iraq to try to provoke Saddam into a response which could be used to justify the invasion.

    Smoking Guns

  • Laptops with Internet or radio-based low-jacks could cook their drives and components, and downed spyplanes could cook their seekrit mind-control rays into crapola.

    Boing Boing: January 13, 2002 - January 19, 2002 Archives

  • As well as details of an anonymous woman's encounter, while walking her dog, with a man who claimed to be an alien, there are several reports of what could have been top secret tests of American spyplanes.

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  • Although Ryan had pioneered UAVs with the Firebee KDA-1 back in the 1950s, and the Vietnam era had seen further developments, UAVs were not seen as a priority at a time when the Pentagon focus was on Cold War stealth fighters and long-range bombers and spyplanes.

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  • I read a very good book a few years back (damned if I can remember the name) about the actual amount of spyplanes shot down by the Russki's and Chinese during the Cold War.

    Army Rumour Service

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