March 29, 2022
The War Drones On
Christopher Lee forwards this:
The Drone Operators Who Halted Russian Convoy Headed for Kiev
"They built a range of surveillance drones, as well as large
1.5-metre eight-rotor machines capable of dropping bombs and
grenades, and created a system called Delta, a network of sensors along
the frontlines that fed into a digital map so commanders could see
enemy movements as they happened. It now uses the Starlink satellite
system, supplied by Elon Musk, to feed live data to Ukrainian artillery
units, allowing them to zero in on Russian targets.â€
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I wonder if this is will be the beginning of the end for the tank. It again has another enemy that can operated by a single person at a safe distance with the capability for a knock out strike making it highly vulnerable. Modern warfare has taken the shock and awe out of what once ruled the battlefield.
Posted by: Mike at March 29, 2022 10:25 PM (SFpgr)
Could be Mike. The offensive weaponry is becoming too great for the older weapons (like tanks).
Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at March 30, 2022 08:07 AM (T6Yjz)
The War Drones On slope game
is a documentary film about the use of drones in the United States military. The film is directed by Josh Oppenheimer and produced by The Intercept. The film is based on the book "The Drone Wars: A History of the Unlawful Use of American Military Power" by Jeremy Scahill. The film was shot over a period of three months in Nevada, California, and Arizona. The film is narrated by Jeremy Scahill.
Posted by: lorde at December 28, 2022 03:08 AM (b/LAg)
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