Martin says its jetpack is practical. Proven with poorly rendered animation
So Jetpacks, for all their impressive prestige for Nazi combat and general procrastination, they haven't been seen within the wider public agenda than the tech followers (people beyond we enthusiastic readers) as applicable to other situations. But Martin wants you to know about that they're actually useful.
In light of an $86,000 piece of transportation technology, it only seems logical that they would present the practical applications of the jetpack. From military action to emergency responders and rescue teams, all are covered by the dual-engine craft. However, it's the way it's presented that we can't help but have a fair chuckle at. The future is statically animated, with quick fire transitions and PS2-esque graphics people. Be afraid.