Aeroscraft’s Project Pelican Demonstrator moves outside hangar

SONY DSCOn July 4th, the Aeros Project Pelican demonstrator moved outside of the hangar at Tustin, California where the airship is being built.

According to InsideDefense.com “The Pentagon has deemed a demonstration of a rigid-hull, variable-buoyancy hybrid air vehicle a ·success,· noting that the program designed to address some of the most  significant  challenges facing heavy lift airships has achieved Its objectives.”

Aeros Corp., designers and builders of the Aeroscraft have provided us with several photographs of the airship, including several taken while it was outside of the hangar on July 4, 2013.

View the video posted by Aeros Corp.:

The Project Pelican demonstrator insidef the Tustin Hangar Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Project Pelican demonstrator inside the Tustin Hangar.
Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Project Pelican demonstrator ready to move out of the Tustin Hangar. Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Project Pelican demonstrator ready to move out of the Tustin Hangar.
Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Project Pelican demonstrator moves out of the Tustin Hangar on July 4, 2013. Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Project Pelican demonstrator moves out of the Tustin Hangar on July 4, 2013.
Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Project Pelican demonstrator moves out of the Tustin Hangar. Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Project Pelican demonstrator moves out of the Tustin Hangar.
Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

Early in the morning on July 4, 2013 the Project Pelican moves out of the Tustin Hangar

Early in the morning on July 4, 2013 the Project Pelican moves out of the Tustin Hangar.
Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

The Pelican Project  outside the Tustin Hangar on July 4, 2013

The Pelican Project outside the Tustin Hangar on July 4, 2013.
Photo: Courtesy Aeros Corp.

Aeroscraft outside hangar

View a home video of the airship outside the hangar.

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