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Boeing unveils stingray-shaped military drone

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FateAmeniableToChange

If you had this in your gun and infrared sights, blurred it a bit, it wouldnt look that dissimilar to the Nimitz footage imo

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pallidin

Looks like drones are increasingly on the minds of military planners, foreign and domestic.

Perhaps even terrorists.

The recent technological innovation of "drone flying" is both exciting and scary.

I have a "toy quad-copter" and it sure is fun.

I also recognize the entire potential.

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FateAmeniableToChange

The potential is crazy!! Right now there are patents filed for organic vat grown drones! Fling in AI and another few existing techs or patents like 24hr flight and FRC (Facial Recognition Cameras) a weapon = Apocalypse!! Hypothetically

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Captain Risky
3 hours ago, pallidin said:

Looks like drones are increasingly on the minds of military planners, foreign and domestic.

Perhaps even terrorists.

The recent technological innovation of "drone flying" is both exciting and scary.

I have a "toy quad-copter" and it sure is fun.

I also recognize the entire potential.

a prelude to complete military automation. 

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dragon1440

So am I understanding right they can do mid air refuel?,I can see it now.... Hijackers could easily take over then. Many of hijacking have been thwartex when plane had to refuel.

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goodgodno

Well this could land on a US carrier at least, which is fine because this is designed for the US navy which has the intelligence to stick with catapults. 

On the other hand, our Royal Navy has decided to go for F35b’s and a silly ramp, as a catapult system is too expensive for a £3 billion pound carrier.

I know this is kind of unrelated but I’ll have a rant about this issue given half the opportunity.

oh yeah, nice work Boeing 

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