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Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
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RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 12:37 AM)
Dumpem high,low power glide in.depleted fuel is also explosive of some kind.swarm attacks/attaches to soldiers and goes off.
I can see no other reason for them.

Dirty little suitcase bombs attached to the suckers?
A biological warfare strike using artificial biology.
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RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
Interesting thread. 5*
They are only showing old outdated technology, the real scary stuff is not for civilian eyes. Jhikpghf

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RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
He Man  Wrote: (01-12-2017 01:52 AM)
Interesting thread. 5*
They are only showing old outdated technology, the real scary stuff is not for civilian eyes. Jhikpghf

I had a friend who works at the test site (Area 51) tell me that the stuff they are currently working on will not be seen by the public for twenty years...
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RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
Vegas  Wrote: (01-12-2017 02:06 AM)
He Man  Wrote: (01-12-2017 01:52 AM)
Interesting thread. 5*
They are only showing old outdated technology, the real scary stuff is not for civilian eyes. Jhikpghf

I had a friend who works at the test site (Area 51) tell me that the stuff they are currently working on will not be seen by the public for twenty years...

Makes you wonder why we got so little bang for our buck in Iraq. Whats the point in have advanced technology if we don't use it to keep troop losses down. 4000 + service people got killed over there.

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RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
He Man  Wrote: (01-12-2017 02:17 AM)
Vegas  Wrote: (01-12-2017 02:06 AM)
I had a friend who works at the test site (Area 51) tell me that the stuff they are currently working on will not be seen by the public for twenty years...

Makes you wonder why we got so little bang for our buck in Iraq. Whats the point in have advanced technology if we don't use it to keep troop losses down. 4000 + service people got killed over there.

It has always been about MONEY...
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Are you in the pipe, five by five?



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I have built small drones that fit in the palm of my hands .. but they aren't very autonomous .. yet. And flight time is limited .. but they are relatively cheap to make and thus could be considered disposable. They could become autonomous if more powerful miniature electronics were available at a cheaper price. You need a reliable wireless communications network between your drones if they are to operate in a swam too. And power .. current battery technology is still very limited. But there are other technologies that could be used to keep them aloft a lot longer. I'm waiting for someone to come out with a miniature nuclear reactor that I can strap to a drone.
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