Post Tagged with: "Unmanned Aerial Vehicle"

Fire Scout Scores First-Ever Drug Bust

Fire Scout Scores First-Ever Drug Bust

EASTERN PACIFIC OCEAN: During a routine test flight, a MQ-8B Fire Scout Vertical Take-off and Landing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (VTUAV) supported its first drug interdiction with USS McInerney (FFG 8) and a U.S. Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment (USCG LEDET) […]


RQ-11B RAVEN

RQ-11B RAVEN

Mission The RQ-11B Raven small unmanned aircraft system provides real-time direct situational awareness and target information for Air Force Special Operations Command Battlefield Airmen and Air Force security forces. The Raven falls into the class of Air Force small UAS […]


Pakistan to get US drones this year

Pakistan to get US drones this year

Washington: The Pentagon hopes “within a year” to deliver around a dozen unarmed drone aircraft to Pakistan to aid its fight against Islamic extremism, a US senior military official said Monday. “I would like to think that we would get […]


Indra Develops Unmanned Helicopter for Naval Missions

Indra Develops Unmanned Helicopter for Naval Missions

Indra, with the support of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism along with the Ministry of Defence, started up an R&D project to develop an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) of rotary wings and with dual use, either for civil […]


Planning and Training Strategy Needed for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Planning and Training Strategy Needed for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The Department of Defense (DOD) requested about $6.1 billion in fiscal year 2010 for new unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and for expanded capabilities in existing ones. To support ongoing operations, the Air Force and Army have acquired a greater number […]


Flight tests set course for improved airborne communication

Flight tests set course for improved airborne communication

HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass: A series of early March flight tests has validated a two-and-a-half year effort and set the course for significantly enhanced airborne communications capability. A team of specialists from the Electronic Systems Center, MITRE Corporation and […]


Giving drones would change US image: Pakistan

Giving drones would change US image: Pakistan

Washington: Pakistan’s foreign minister said Thursday that the United States would improve its public standing if it let Islamabad spearhead drone attacks. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, in Washington for high-level talks, acknowledged in a CNN interview that drone attacks […]


Industry Showcases Present and Future Technologies

Industry Showcases Present and Future Technologies

Cutting-edge armoured vehicles, counter-improvised explosive device robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, and blood transport units were on display yesterday to mark National Science and Engineering Week. The showcase event at Yeomanry House in London, organised by the Defence Industries Council and […]


Army Approaches Million Unmanned Flying Hours

Army Approaches Million Unmanned Flying Hours

WASHINGTON: The Army’s fast approaching one million hours of unmanned aviation flight with its unmanned aerial systems. “Right now it looks like we’ll hit probably one million total hours sometime next month,” said Col. Christopher Carlile, director, United States Army […]


 
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