Category STEALTH DRONES

Lockheed’s Catapult-Launched Drone Called Fury Lingers 15 Hours Over the Battlefield

Lockheed is developing a new drone promises to be a long-endurance, high-altitude friend for troops on the ground, acting as an eye in the sky or a communications relay.

Fury, which looks a little like a pumpkin seed with bat wings, can operate for more than 15 hours at altitudes up to 15,000 feet. An in-house project funded on the company dime, Lockheed’s new drone is designed to give ground troops or warships their own surveillance or communications platform. The 17-foot-wingspan drone doesn’t need a runway to operate. Instead, it’s launched from a truck or deck-mounted catapult and can be recovered by flying it into a recovery net.

Lockheed Martin expects Fury to be useful in a variety of roles...

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CHINA RELEASES FIRST STEALTH DRONE TO DO TEST FLIGHT

 CHINA & NEW  STEALTH DRONE FIGHTER

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SO NOW WE HAVE A ROBOTIC DRONE THAT PLAYS DRUMS IN A BAND

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Boeing unveils secret stealth test plane

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Boeing has unveiled the “Bird of Prey” technology demonstrator – a once highly classified project that pioneered numerous aircraft design, development and production technologies during the 1990’s. New stealth concepts, rapid prototyping techniques and cost-effective 3-D virtual reality design and assembly processes were among the technologies pioneered by the bat-like Bird of Prey that have since become industry standards, removing the need to keep the aircraft’s existence a secret.

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The subsonic, single-seat technology demonstrator, the aircraft completed 38 test flights as part of its flight-demonstration program. Its first flight took place in fall 1996. Bird of Prey has a wingspan of approximately 23 feet and a length of 47 feet, and weighs nearly 7,400 pounds...

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KILLER ROBOTIC DRONES FROM ISRAEL

Israel is the world’s biggest exporter of military drones, used around the world for everything from surveillance to precision rocket attacks on speeding cars in remote locales. Israel’s drone program hasn’t stirred as much controversy as its American counterpart, but not because their targeted killings are any less fatal. VICE sent Simon Ostrovsky to a drone testing airfield in Israel to find out what their latest eye-in-the-sky can see

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CELTIC GOD OF THUNDER STEALTH TARANIS SPY DRONE DOING TESTS IN AUSTRALIA

BRITISH SUPER SPY DRONES COMING TO AUSTRALIA

An unmanned British stealth drone that can fly faster than the speed of sound and go undetected by radar will soon have its first test flight in Australia.

The £125 million ($190 million) Taranis, named after the Celtic god of thunder, can attack targets across continents, automatically dodge missiles and other efforts to bring it down and independently identify targets. It can refuel in mid-air and carry weapons including laser guided bombs and missiles.
I Spy Baby

Designed to avoid having to put human lives at risk on long and dangerous missions, the drone will be flown for the first time in a series of tests over the Australian outback early this year

The maker of the drone, BAE Systems, conducts much of its unmanned aircraft work and research in Au...

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