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Russia creates strategic UAVs with a range of 10 thousand. Km

Unmanned aerial vehicles - or UAVs - have become an integral part of modern warfare. Their use is so widespread that even non-governmental parties, including ISIS, with its seemingly inexhaustible disposal, fleet quadrocopters, there are whole parks of drones. Almost every army in the world has at its disposal one or another drones - starting from light, launched from the shoulder, UAVs for reconnaissance of the battlefield and ending with the infamous UAVs Predator (Predator) and Reaper (Reaper), or their analogues.

But only a few countries can boast of high-altitude drone with a long duration of flight. The beginning of the Russian flight tests of long-range UAVs Altius shows that Russia will soon join this elite club.


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  1. Andrewgross
    Andrewgross 12 July 2017 10: 54
    1. 12 July 2017 19: 03
      To put an electronic gun on this and soak all kinds of reconnaissance drones on top, clogging their GPS antenna with interference. It barrages such UAVs for a long time, which means it will be able to completely block the area from visual, infrared and possibly from radar reconnaissance from small UAVs at the level of platoon - company - battalion - regiment. Or maybe to the brigade. Cover the area of ​​barrage with Bukov’s division and there will be zone AD2.
  2. Mourner
    Mourner 12 July 2017 11: 50
    Thanks Andrewgross for the link, very interesting.
  3. Music
    Music 12 July 2017 19: 05
    Well, when the tests are over, maybe then it's worth talking about joining the Club?
  4. Forest
    Forest 13 July 2017 16: 23
    2 engines are better.
    TECHNOTA 14 July 2017 11: 56
    Who is the last in line to cut the budget? The drone on two German experimental diesels, which are still being mounted on the Yak-152 ... Amused .. Where are we going with such developments ....
  6. Askar Askar Askar
    Askar Askar Askar 17 July 2017 14: 39
    The next war will be similar to World War II. With a coil with wires and piston avia and no electronic means of attack and protection