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Combat Aircraft Converted To Biofuel

The U.S. military successfully tested a "Warthog" A10 Thunderbolt II that was modified to run on a mix of aviation fuel and a fuel made from the plant Camelina. What do you think?

  • "Now we can start pulling our troops out of the oil-drenched Middle East and focus on the world's real menace, the dastardly regimes of Camelina-rich Central Asia."

    Cal Rooney
    Nutrition Educator
  • "And what color will the pilots' new dresses be?"

    Beth Reid
    Graphologist
  • "Planes run on fuel? Man, I have a lot to learn before I understand what's going on here."

    Victor Johnson
    Alloy Weigher