(名詞) 擅長製作 PowerPoint 簡報的軍官；PowerPoint 簡報製作優於或勝過他人的軍官。
Many members of the military should spend much of their time communicating information, but they should use all channels of communication in appropriate ways — and make sure that they are not just "PowerPoint Rangers."
—Peter Norvig and Stephen M. Kosslyn, "A Tool Only as Good As the User," The New York Times, April 27, 2010
Petraeus was America's first great digital general. He was the ultimate "PowerPoint Ranger" — the nickname given by military officers to colleagues adept at giving dazzling digital presentations overflowing with data, graphics and bullet points.
—William Doyle, "Must one lose a job over infidelity?," CNN Wire, November 18, 2012
(動名詞/現在分詞) 劫持無人飛機 (The hijacking of a drone) － 包括劫持實體的無人飛機或破壞無人飛機的導航系統。亦寫成 drone-jacking。
With the planned integration of civilian drones in the American airspace, these problems might be coming to the U.S. The FAA must come up with new rules to allow for a freer use of drones in America by 2015 and, apart from worrying about possible collisions between manned and unmanned aircrafts, now the FAA might have to worry about people hijacking drones with spoofing devices.
What's worse, the experiment at White Sands shows that drone-jacking is "just the tip of the iceberg of a much bigger security issue we have in this country," according to Logan Scott, a GPS industry consultant who has worked for defense giants like Lockheed Martin.
—Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai, "Drone Hijacking? That's Just the Start of GPS Troubles," Wired, July 6, 2012
I'm concerned about physical hijacking (dronejacking?).
—jobigoud, "Delivery by drone in Sydney" (comment), Reddit, October 14, 2013
He now finds it a little bizarre to be piloting an old MI-17 Russian helicopter, a legacy of the Soviet invaders here, in the Hindu Kush of Afghanistan.…The United States is training American pilots to fly the helicopters of the former Soviet Union—Colonel Brandon calls them “flying trucks.”
—Elisabeth Bumiller, "Facing language gaps and ‘flying trucks,’ U.S. trains Afghan pilots," The New York Times, February 27, 2009