Yesterday Aberdeen Proving Ground sent out a press release letting the public know they’d lost their $2.7 million dollar blimp. The blimp has been found, but not before the memes came out. As we know, servicemembers can be the craftiest and funniest of people and the memes created will leave you in stitches.
RELEASE No. 10282015-01 October 28, 2015
APG personnel responding to JLENS tether break
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md.— Personnel are responding to a tether break at the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Netted Sensor System (JLENS) location on the Edgewood side of APG. The aerostat moored at Edgewood broke free at around 11:54 a.m.; approximately 6,700 feet of tether are attached. Emergency personnel are tracking the aerostat which is still aloft in moving toward Pennsylvania.
Anyone who sees the aerostat is advised to contact 911 immediately; people are warned to keep a safe distance from the airship and tether as contact with them may present significant danger.
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