Monday, December 3, 2012

Iraki builds a 'helicopter' to protect his country's borders

Hatim Kadim Salman, 59, has already spent 30 million Iraki dinars on the flying machine, which he says is the first of its kind in the country. It's named Diyala 1 after his home province, which is unlikely to send a shiver down the enemy's spine like the sound of the Apache attack helicopter. And there no signs of any gun mounts. More worryingly is the colour, which is hardly camouflaged, and that at present it only has two rotor blades
News report here.