Locating the enemy is half the battle (although the other half is more fun).
About this creation
LIU Aeolos - Search VTOL
The Ludgonian Industrial Union has the answer to all your problems...OK, we only have the answer to some of your problems, but anyway, here's the newest in LIU VTOL technology, the Aeolos. Search for fugitives, soldiers, or infrastructure no matter what terrain they are hiding in. Buy one today, because finding the enemy is half the battle...
Two large, rotating engines provide lift for the Aeolos to take off and land vertically.
The open cockpit gives the Aeolos' pilot a better view. (Actually, removing it cut costs making this model cheaper....at the expense of your pilots' safety. Oh well...)
The pilot is strapped in and secured with this brace. His hands are tied into the Aeolos via the two cables seen here, allowing him to steer by the precise movements of his hands. Don't pick your nose or rub your eyes...it may result in some dangerous and unstable loop da loops...
Fuel tanks grace the back of the Aeolos. The secondary thrusters are also seen connected to the main enngines.
Here's a close up of the Aeolos' two miniguns. While the Aelos was designed for search missions not combat, you never know what you are going to find.
The engines are shown straightened out here for highspeed action.
Here, three Aeolos comb a jungle for a high profile LIU fugitive. He's rumored to be hiding here. See, we use our own products! Is there a better endorsement than that? OK, don't answer.
Note: More lawsuits! For the love of god people, this is an atmospheric craft! Stop taking it into space and wondering why your pilot imploded and froze into tiny blocks of ice! Geez, you have to have a warning for everything these days.
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Sweet, I like this. Wish I had black turbofans too! This is very compact, looks fast! The SNOT thing was a joke, I had to add a disclaimer on my home page because some other guy didn't get the sarcasm, and left me a review like a douche.