Google Heads to Blimp Hangar in Search for Space

The company has leased a hangar in California once used to house Navy blimps.
3:00 | 02/11/14

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The government is -- let's make a deal again with Google. The US has chosen -- Google subsidiary to renovate and then on the 1000 acre Moffett federal airfield. The former US navy -- is looking -- just four miles from Google's Mountain View California headquarters. So the government and Google see this as a win win with a private company fixing the rundown historic site. And top Google exacts just loved the place because they can park their private planes and choppers there. Plus they've been getting free fuel by mistake a government audit shows seven jets in two helicopters on -- Google's co founders. And executive chairman Eric Schmidt got -- -- by the government because of a bookkeeping -- -- Combined three billionaires that saved about five point three million dollars at taxpayer expense. Despite that Google will now take over control and care of the entire facility as well as a complete renovation.

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