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A newspaper-delivery blimp dropped a 100-foot line to dangle a bundle of papers to the building’s newsstand.The Empire State Building Opened During the Great Depression. Its Survival Story Holds a Lesson for Today|Olivia B. Waxman|April 30, 2021|Time
And the city of Ogden, Utah, is launching a 54-foot, remote-controlled “crime-fighting blimp” with a powerful surveillance camera.Local Cops Ready for War With Homeland Security-Funded Military Weapons|Andrew Becker, G. W. Schulz|December 21, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The French have a small airship very much like the Blimp which they use for scout duty.
The Blimp carries a 100 horse power Curtiss aviation motor, and is equipped with wireless for exchanging messages.
Don found as he neared the golf course that the people from the blimp apparently had no immediate plan to attack, either.
The star shell had died out but he could see the blimp silhouetted against the sky.
Another of the weapons or instruments of warfare devised largely for use in destroying the evil submarine is the "blimp."