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Switchblade UAV -The Future of Close Air Support

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Switchblade UAV -The Future of Close Air Support

Written by on Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

A UAV that is compact enough to carry in a backpack can provide video surveillance for its operator and can be used as a kamikaze aircraft with a contact fuse warhead, sounds impossible doesn’t it? But that is exactly what ...

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Throwbot XT -A Soldier’s Best Friend

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Throwbot XT -A Soldier’s Best Friend

Written by on Monday, August 19th, 2013

Imagine the challenge of being a soldier tasked with clearing a room in hostile territory in an unfamiliar building with known insurgents in the area. Current tactics rely upon a four man team of trained soldiers to execute the task ...

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USS Pueblo -A Tale of Embarrassment

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USS Pueblo -A Tale of Embarrassment

Written by on Saturday, August 10th, 2013

Unless you were “a news reading adult” during the sixties, you may not know the tale of the USS Pueblo and how a U.S. Navy ship was overcome by its enemy, strafed, boarded, captured, sailed into a hostile port, its ...

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AIM-9X Block III Sidewinder -A Missile with Bite

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AIM-9X Block III Sidewinder -A Missile with Bite

Written by on Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Dr. William McLean and his team of scientists and engineers are credited with producing the Sidewinder missile technology from 1945 to 1954 in China Lake, California. At the time, they were tasked with producing a missile guidance system that relied ...

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X-47B Successfully Lands on an Aircraft Carrier

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X-47B Successfully Lands on an Aircraft Carrier

Written by on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

Its official, the Navy has safely conducted the first carrier landing of an unmanned aerial vehicle on an aircraft carrier. This single event, performed by the X-47B, marks a significant milestone in the development of an unmanned aircraft for future ...

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