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The first example of a man made object flying was in 200 BC China, when generals used basic kites to scout out the enemies movements and make strategies. Since then, flight has undergone a nearly 2,000 year long crash coursse of evolution to become the national industry that it is today. From the most basic gliders that were once cutting edge, to the supersonic planes that once could only have been dreamed of. The aeronautics industry has been rapidly changing to fit the needs that are becoming greatly wanted. Engines, wings, cockpits, rudders, even the very paint they put onto planes has been specifically modified and built to make aircraft the most advanced and efficient product that they can be. Flight has come a long way since the beginning, and is sure to continue this rapid paced evolution far into the future of our world.