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Blogger | Posted 17 Nov, 2018 |

Are non-flying drones being used in the military for combat?

Gopi Seo

@letsuser | Posted 28 Oct, 2020

To the military, they are UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) or RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems). Be that as it may, they are all the more normally known as robots.

Robots are utilized in circumstances where monitored flight is considered excessively dangerous or troublesome. They give troops a 24-hour "eye in the sky", seven days every week. Every airplane can remain on high for as long as 17 hours all at once, dallying over a territory and sending back constant symbolism of exercises on the ground.

Those utilized by the United States Air Force and Royal Air Force range from little knowledge, observation and surveillance make, some light enough to be dispatched by hand, to medium-sized furnished robots and huge government agent planes.

In spite of the fact that the US doesn't regularly talk openly about tasks including drones, President Obama has affirmed that they consistently strike speculated assailants in Pakistan's ancestral regions.

akash seo

Blogger | Posted 05 Oct, 2020

Automatons are utilized in circumstances where monitored flight is considered excessively hazardous or troublesome. They give troops a 24-hour "eye in the sky", seven days every week. Every airplane can remain on high for as long as 17 hours all at once, dillydallying over a zone and sending back constant symbolism of exercises on the ground.

Those utilized by the United States Air Force and Royal Air Force extend from little knowledge, observation and surveillance create, some light enough to be dispatched by hand, to medium-sized furnished automatons and huge covert operative planes.

Despite the fact that the US doesn't regularly talk freely about tasks including drones, President Obama has affirmed that they consistently strike presumed aggressors in Pakistan's ancestral zones.

The utilization of such automated airplane in the zone started under President George W Bush, yet their utilization has dramatically increased under the Obama organization.

ankit Sharma

Director | Posted 07 May, 2020

Do you mean shielding themselves unattended, or being fit for aerial battle (having the option to destroy adversary planes/rambles before being killed itself)?

dinesh kumar

Blogger | Posted 27 Nov, 2018

Well, The non-flying drones are the ground based drones which are not capable of flying. In Military recently they introduced a term called UGV meaning unmanned ground vehicles. These are generally used to carry and supply the troops, weapons, etc. It is just used to carry missile and used in the drone strikes. Nowadays non-flying drones are generally used as the unmanned ground vehicles (UGV’s)




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Normally the term drone will make you feel only as the flying one and not the ground based drones. But the fact is that still the ground based drones are used in the military, Even the size may vary from the small drones to the large panzer which are controlled by a remote device. The main advantage of using the drones in the military for combat is that it saves many lives of army people by carrying dangerous weapons and missiles. Also, it can be designed in any size which makes it easier to hide from the enemies or opposition. Compared to the humans, drones have the most pinpoint accuracy in attacking the target. Thus these advantages makes the non-flying drones a non-replaceable thing in the military for combat.