The nature of this specimen's cybernetic implants precludes us from most attempts at interaction, but a thorough analysis of its movements and reactions to stimuli could provide crucial information about the alien's implementation of these systems.
Similar in overall appearance to the Floater specimen we've previously encountered, this captive has been enhanced further with an ever more complex network of cybernetic implants. There is also a significant reduction in exposed living tissue, including the cranial region, which slowed the progression of our interrogation process. Despite these initial setbacks, we were able to gauge the captive's response to various stimuli, while also conducting a battery of tests on the propulsion systems integrated into its body. Having observed a number of subtle improvements in this specimen's augmented frame, we should be able to enhance the flight characteristics and propulsion systems of our aircraft.