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ed. and which are positioned in different horizontal planes to thereby provide the craft with dihedral; and said discharge electrodes comprise a plurality of substantially parallel wires, cach mounted parallel to the outer peripheral frame members and in different horizontal planes so that all wires are substantially aquidistant from said neutralizing grid.

28. A system and apparatus for effecting destruction of flying vehicles including a flying apparatus composed of a large area structure supporting discharge electrodes for causing adjacent air molecules to become electrically charged spaced from a grid of electricai conducting means which neutralize the charge on electrically charged molecules whose charge was caused by said discharge electrode and means for applying a high D.C. po:ential between said electrodes and said grid to provide a propulsion force for said flying apparatus; auxiliary discharge electrode and neutralizing grid means mounted for pivotal movement for controlling the forward direction of movement; tracking means carried by said flying apparatus for generating control signals, means responsive to said control signals for guiding said flying apparatus into the path of said flying vehicles and to effect destruction thereof by impact.

29. A system and apparatus for effecting destruction of flying vehicles including a flying apparatus composed of a large area structure supporting discharge electrodcs for causing adjacent air molecules to become electrically charged spaced from a grid of electrical conducting means which neutralize the charge on electrically chargcd molecules whose charge was caused by said discharge electrode and means for applying a high D.C. potential between said electrodes and said grid to provide a propulsion force for said flying apparatus; a gas turbine mounted on said apparatus with its exhaust gases directed downwardly during hovering operation and means for deflecting said exhaust gases in a direction providing a horizontal propulsion force to increase to the forward velocity of said apparatus; tracking means carried by said flying apparatus for generating control signals, means responsive to said control signals for guiding said flying apparatus into the path of said flying vehicles and to effect destruction thereof by impact.

References Cited in the file of this patent UNITED STATES PATENTS

2,495,748 Matson Jan. 31, 1950

2,503,109 Harris Apr. 4, 1950

2,598,064 Lindenblad May 27, 1952

2,613,887 Woods Oct. 14, 1952

2,842,645 Daigleish et al July 8, 1958

2,888,189 Herb May 26, 1959

FOREIGN PATENTS 1,174,334 France Nov. 3, 1958

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