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The Mountain View Voice recently reported that Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO, and founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, have purchased a small fighter jet. This fighter jet has been seen at Moffett Field, a former U.S. Navy landing strip that is now operated by NASA and is located only a few minutes away [...]Continue Reading →
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