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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    People on this board will pretend like a whole array of equipment hasn't been replaced by drones. If I was the US Military, I would immediately destroy all Javelin factories as they're just a total waste of money now.

    >but muh EW
    AI exists, and will be perfected to carry out the mission without link back, this isn't a "guess" this is a technological reality.

    >but muh lasers
    Can't handle saturation attacks, costs waaaay too much for what it's taking out, can't cope with hardened drones, and drones that come in low.

    >muh CIWS
    Same issue as lasers.

    >muh guy with a rifle in a trench
    is just a target, just grenade drop bait

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      MIC exists to scam the US taxpayer, they cannot do 'cheap', therefore they can't really use mass drone attacks.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I am demoralized!

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          good

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >MIC can't do cheap
        just because they overprice shit does not mean it isn't cheap as frick

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >CIWS
      For the same reasons you can make hundreds of autonomous drones, you can make autonomous turrets that fire at incoming drones w/o wasting too much ammo. Any vehicle with a CROW on it should handle a hundred drone in case of a saturation attack.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Dedicate all your resources to protect your obsoleted combat units? Your slow mind hasn't evolved. The drone IS the combat unit. What purpose is there to mount a laser on a tank? A drone IS the new tank. Why put a multi-million dollar anti-drone dollar system on a Humvee? A drone IS the new Humvee. The entire idea of these anti-drone systems is completely backwards from the start, and guarantees loss.

        >just cover every inch of the front with auto turrets bro, this will totally work and is a winning strategy to have to do all this to counter plastic toys

        >Just put million dollar point defense units on every single humvee bro to counter the little plastic toy

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          So what do you do when the enemy is farther away than your 20 minutes of flight time

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Drones aren’t the ultimate solution you think they are. This entire post is peak dunning Kruger effect in action; morons see how effective drones are in Ukraine and assume they’re the ultimate weapon.
      They’re fairly easy to counter if you just have properly trained and equipped troops. How often do you see Israelis get FPVs shoved up their bums?
      What about drone dropped grenades on Americans?
      It simply doesn’t happen in any real numbers because both of them have proper electronic warfare.
      >AI exists, and will be perfected to carry out the mission without link back, this isn't a "guess" this is a technological reality.
      Assuming you’re talking about image recognition it’s still very basic and not skynet level.
      The cheapest hardware capable of running image recognition with any military application would be something like a nvidia jetson but even so it’s far from skynet.
      AI like ChatGPT don’t do the actual computing on your computer, it’s handled by another one somewhere else in the world. Electronic warfare would cut it off.
      The only real application of AI as a counter against electronic warfare would be rough guidance in a GPS degraded environment by tracking known ground features based on things like satellite pictures of the area. Not manhacks from half-life.
      Watching the Ukraine war and thinking drones are the only real future for war is like watching Syrian war footage where the BGM71 TOW was absolutely slaughtering SAA infantry and drawing the conclusion “TOW missiles are the future of warfare!!”.

      MIC exists to scam the US taxpayer, they cannot do 'cheap', therefore they can't really use mass drone attacks.

      moronic and probably samegay.
      Military contractors make weapons that can be used against an actually competent enemy.
      That means when fighting Russians 90% of the redundancies, alternative guidance modes, countermeasures against jamming/spoofing etc are wasted and morons like you claim “hurr durr an FPV can do the same thing just as good!”.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >morons see how effective drones are in Ukraine and assume they’re the ultimate weapon.
        morons like you think that repurposed commercial quality drones are what the future looks like. You're not even thinking about what first world country AI drone swarms will accomplish in 10 years.

        >he only real application of AI as a counter against electronic warfare would be rough guidance in a GPS degraded environment
        Then how are they doing all these other things with AI today in the military?
        https://www.defenseone.com/technology/2024/01/pentagon-already-testing-tomorrows-ai-powered-swarm-drones-ships/393528/

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >muh hightech future drones
          And then the swarm gets eradicated by CIWS lasers and ECM that are acutally cheaper than all these ultra-high tech drones with massive CPUs running AI on them. Oops.

          [...]

          What an absolute subhuman moron take.
          Drones are shit against western infantry formations because western armies have PIONEERED drone use, and the first thing western militaries do after inventing something new is developing a way to stop the same thing.

          The west has better doctrine, training and equipment in regards to deploying and defending against drones than anybody else.
          The "West" is *UNIQUELY AND OVERWHELMINGLY STRONG* agaisnt drones.
          And that is the proven, unassailable truth of the matter that only absolutely ignorant subhuman morons deny - and by doing so prove themselves and their opinions to be utterly worthless.

          In sumamry: Kys, subhuman.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >western armies have PIONEERED drone use
            This is disingenuous, they pioneered large expensive drones and the THEORETICAL usage of and defense against drone swarms. Read: no actual field experience with drone swarms.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >CIWS lasers
            Not cost efficient, not scalable, vulnerable to low cost swarms that will approach from ground level and also directly above at the same time. Can't really counter it without wasting so much money that you've defeated yourself. Self-own my dude! These are only a weak defensive measure at best like a coward trying to just survive, I thought you were advocating for a good military strategy, not an insanely complicated self-defeating coping mechanism of a strategy.

            You gays aren't much different from the idiots that want battleships to come back.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              You sound threatened. Does your country not have lasers?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                All those guys procured just to counter some off the shelf chinese toys? Sounds like they've already lost. Why don't they just make their own chinese toys with that money instead, it would be must more lethal.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >ultra-high tech drones with massive CPUs running AI on them

            >real time machine vision
            >on a tiny DJI drone
            You have no idea how much computing power AI takes

            >You have no idea how much computing power AI takes
            We're not talking about massive large language models or text-to-image models. Pic related costs $30, and paired with a single-board computer is enough for real-time object detection on every frame.
            https://coral.ai/models/object-detection/

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >If I was the US Military
      Luckily enough for the US, you're not. And will never be. For good fricking reason.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >CIWS
      For the same reasons you can make hundreds of autonomous drones, you can make autonomous turrets that fire at incoming drones w/o wasting too much ammo. Any vehicle with a CROW on it should handle a hundred drone in case of a saturation attack.

      Yes, exactly. UAV's only seem unstoppable because they're exploiting a gap in our air defenses: slow low flying vehicles. We're going to expand CIWS, self-proppelled air defense, and Flak cannons, for a more robust air defense which will shoot all of these down. Russians are poor goofs who can't adapt. USA or any other modern military will take moderate losses.

      Taking self-propelled air defenses into armored columns is likely going to be standard. Might add a mobile CIWS platform as well. There may be minaturized air-defense guns for infantry as well.

      There's also nothing stopping "FIGHTER UAVS" from becoming a thing: squads flying around shooting enemy UAV bombers down.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >muh fpv drones
      flak cannons from unreal tournament, good luck flying through a cloud of white hot shrapnel

      >muh drop drones
      smart scopes for every grunt, good luck hovering for more than 3 seconds

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        F L A K K M O N K E Y

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Engineers are very angry at you right now. Say sorry, you put them out of a job.

      [...]
      Yes, exactly. UAV's only seem unstoppable because they're exploiting a gap in our air defenses: slow low flying vehicles. We're going to expand CIWS, self-proppelled air defense, and Flak cannons, for a more robust air defense which will shoot all of these down. Russians are poor goofs who can't adapt. USA or any other modern military will take moderate losses.

      Taking self-propelled air defenses into armored columns is likely going to be standard. Might add a mobile CIWS platform as well. There may be minaturized air-defense guns for infantry as well.

      There's also nothing stopping "FIGHTER UAVS" from becoming a thing: squads flying around shooting enemy UAV bombers down.

      any autocannon effectively serve as AA if you design it right

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >real time machine vision
      >on a tiny DJI drone
      You have no idea how much computing power AI takes

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >You have no idea how much computing power AI takes
        NTA and not that you're wrong about your point but you are about the reason maybe.

        Deep learning can often generate algorithms/filters that are very fast to execute. They're just very slow to process.

        If your deep learning thingy is meant to handle all sorts of tasks and improve its knowledge over time then it takes lots of computing power but if it does one task forever then it can be just a set of weighted coefficients and be applied in microseconds.
        I've seen security cameras with evolved object/behavioural detection algorithms that operated in real-time using only the onboard arduino-tier processor in the camera.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >You have no idea how much computing power AI takes
        buy a $100 android chinkphone and open snapchat
        if a $100 android chinkphone can detect your face, track your face, and draw effects on your face, in real time, in all lighting conditions, can it track a green blob in a yellow field?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          WOULD

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          sexoooo

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      A javelin missile is a drone

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    what are the Putin dildo and regular dildo doing on separate trees? aren't they used for the same purpose? I don't get it

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      putin dildo has explosives inside
      the other one is just for trolling

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's crazy how the Cuckblade is gayer than these DIY dildo drones: It costs like a billion dollars apiece and I've seen videos of groups of Cuckniks getting hit with it and still walking away, what a useless piece of shit.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >israelites don't get droned because palis have very very few drones. israelite.
    EXACTLY, and Gaza is fricking TINY and can be totally coated in EWAR signals and jammers

    if Palestinians had them and the ewar shit was interdicted, israel would be fricked in ways you cant imagine, given the relative small size of gaza

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >the west has zero doctrine with how to deploy or defend against drones
    >meanwhile the west in 2019:
    Now play this for full effect: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDayiYQNRV4

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >FPV APFSDS
    It's hard to believe that could be effective against anything at all but someone's clearly welded arms onto a dart.
    Just a sophisticated joke?

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    dunno why people jerkoff about EW being a good solution against drones.

    repeater drones and wire-guided drones are a thing now.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    hmm all this talk about countries with combat experience against fpvs... i wonder who you could possibly be talking about? oh you mean the country that lost half the BSF to drones?

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >helmettard

    All those guys procured just to counter some off the shelf chinese toys? Sounds like they've already lost. Why don't they just make their own chinese toys with that money instead, it would be must more lethal.

    >his country is too poor to have both a counter system and small squad level drones

    dunno why people jerkoff about EW being a good solution against drones.

    repeater drones and wire-guided drones are a thing now.

    >he doesn't know M230LF with prox fuze airburst that mounts on a fricking pickup truck

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How does the APFSDS one work? Does it just drop the big dart or what?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >How does the APFSDS one work? Does it just drop the big dart or what?
      I'm assuming it's a joke, I can't imagine there's any way to make it work.
      I wouldn't want it to slap me on the noggin without a helmet but otherwise I doubt gravity could get it to velocity that did anything to well, anything.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I wonder why they haven’t tried lazy dogs yet, they’ve used caltrops but I’ve yet to see them do it with LD’s.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >I wonder why they haven’t tried lazy dogs yet
          Do those do much if people have helmets?
          And they're meant to be used against mass formations aren't they?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Do those do much if people have helmets?
            There is video made by a Aus youtuber who dropped single LD’s from his drone, from what I remember they were able to penetrate the metal roof of a car (and I know that there is a world of difference between a thin metal roof and a helmet but still). I feel semi-confident with how subpar the quality of mobik helmets that a LD could penetrate, which might be spooky for the other mobiks if one of their mates suddenly drops from having a metal dart bop their head.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I suppose.

              If construction hammers were designed to penetrate armour and fall point first then OSHA might have to redesign safety helmets for that.

              Still a bit hard to use because actually hitting is pretty random, they're both unguided and need to be dropped from altitude. Over any enemy position, it's going to be pointless unless you have a concentration of targets. Or unless you rig some Shinzo Abe shotgun firing the lazy dog straight down or on low angle or something like that.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >from what I remember they were able to penetrate the metal roof of a car
              barely. I Did A Thing did it.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >may I see your combat deployed laser?
    Here:
    >Raytheon CUAS Laser Dune Buggy
    >In April, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) delivered the service’s first high-energy laser — Raytheon’s HEL Weapon System — for battlefield use against UAVs. Along with the Tactical High Power Operational Responder (THOR), it will undergo a one-year overseas assessment.
    https://www.militaryaerospace.com/home/article/14180250/military-laser-weapons

    >Palletized 10kW laser
    https://www.rtx.com/news/news-center/2023/06/12/raytheon-technologies-delivers-fourth-combat-ready-laser-weapon-to-u-s-air-force

    non-DEW options:
    >VAMPIRE:

    >APKWS:

    >THOR (Tactical High-power Operational Responder)

    Everything is coming with a M230/XM914 30mm auto cannon with fused ammo that is for anti drone duties.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XssZk4CA-2Y
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BclNyqP7hWk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbqjbPDaGMk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46ghQvIVvcE

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You microwave them out of the sky, or hit them with a C-UAS Coyote Block II+, OR you hit them with the Coyote Block III Mordecai non-kinetic effector that is a loitering munition that blasts the drones with microwaves when it flies past them. Lockheed Martin offers a similar loitering munition to Raytheon's Mordecai called MoRFIUS, but more powerful than Mordecai. OR you shoot them with 30mm proximity fused round, OR a 70mm APKWS. OR one of the many DEWs being fielded/tested. All of this is fielded, or getting fielded soon with FS-LIDS, and MS-LIDS. The US has been on this shit for decades, and nothing you think of they haven't already done, or figured out a better solution. Russia is just literally stuck in 1983.

      Microwave:

      MoRFIUS:
      https://nitter.cz/AirPowerNEW1/status/1680633763196448769

      Coyote Block II+:

      https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/43799/this-footage-of-jet-powered-coyote-drones-obliterating-other-drones-is-incredible

      Block III:
      https://defensetechconnect.com/2021/08/05/raytheon-coyote-block-3-successfully-defeats-drone-swarm/

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You microwave them out of the sky, or hit them with a C-UAS Coyote Block II+, OR you hit them with the Coyote Block III Mordecai non-kinetic effector that is a loitering munition that blasts the drones with microwaves when it flies past them. Lockheed Martin offers a similar loitering munition to Raytheon's Mordecai called MoRFIUS, but more powerful than Mordecai. OR you shoot them with 30mm proximity fused round, OR a 70mm APKWS. OR one of the many DEWs being fielded/tested. All of this is fielded, or getting fielded soon with FS-LIDS, and MS-LIDS. The US has been on this shit for decades, and nothing you think of they haven't already done, or figured out a better solution. Russia is just literally stuck in 1983.

      Microwave:

      MoRFIUS:
      https://nitter.cz/AirPowerNEW1/status/1680633763196448769

      Coyote Block II+:

      https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/43799/this-footage-of-jet-powered-coyote-drones-obliterating-other-drones-is-incredible

      Block III:
      https://defensetechconnect.com/2021/08/05/raytheon-coyote-block-3-successfully-defeats-drone-swarm/

      [...]

      Where did you go?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You microwave them out of the sky, or hit them with a C-UAS Coyote Block II+, OR you hit them with the Coyote Block III Mordecai non-kinetic effector that is a loitering munition that blasts the drones with microwaves when it flies past them. Lockheed Martin offers a similar loitering munition to Raytheon's Mordecai called MoRFIUS, but more powerful than Mordecai. OR you shoot them with 30mm proximity fused round, OR a 70mm APKWS. OR one of the many DEWs being fielded/tested. All of this is fielded, or getting fielded soon with FS-LIDS, and MS-LIDS. The US has been on this shit for decades, and nothing you think of they haven't already done, or figured out a better solution. Russia is just literally stuck in 1983.

      Microwave:

      MoRFIUS:
      https://nitter.cz/AirPowerNEW1/status/1680633763196448769

      Coyote Block II+:

      https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/43799/this-footage-of-jet-powered-coyote-drones-obliterating-other-drones-is-incredible

      Block III:
      https://defensetechconnect.com/2021/08/05/raytheon-coyote-block-3-successfully-defeats-drone-swarm/

      [...]
      Yes, exactly. UAV's only seem unstoppable because they're exploiting a gap in our air defenses: slow low flying vehicles. We're going to expand CIWS, self-proppelled air defense, and Flak cannons, for a more robust air defense which will shoot all of these down. Russians are poor goofs who can't adapt. USA or any other modern military will take moderate losses.

      Taking self-propelled air defenses into armored columns is likely going to be standard. Might add a mobile CIWS platform as well. There may be minaturized air-defense guns for infantry as well.

      There's also nothing stopping "FIGHTER UAVS" from becoming a thing: squads flying around shooting enemy UAV bombers down.

      All those expensive toys get blown up by artillery, MRLS and anti-rad at remotely near cost parity.

      The logical place for these systems to be placed is around your own artillery and drone carriers that can conduct counterbattery.

      As such, long range fires will dominate and tactics like rushing with tanks and infantry in close combat would be as silly as battleship tactics. If you just rush in mass ahead of counterbattery cover you are just targets for artillery forces. If you disperse and advance, targets for drone forces.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >All those expensive toys get blown up by artillery, MRLS and anti-rad at remotely near cost parity.
        Who has the ability to new where every piece is, besides the US? What/whos artillery? What MLRS, and what anti rad?
        >The logical place for these systems to be placed is around your own artillery and drone carriers that can conduct counterbattery.
        They made them mobile for a reason. You can put them where you need them. Need to protect infantry? Easy, already done.
        Counterbattery? We'll just send a fixed wing asset to delete you.
        >As such, long range fires will dominate
        And who dominates in that area now? Not on paper, in actual combat, where it matters.
        >and tactics like rushing with tanks and infantry in close combat would be as silly as battleship tactics.
        Tell Russia that.
        >If you just rush in mass ahead of counterbattery cover you are just targets for artillery forces. If you disperse and advance, targets for drone forces.
        You bomb the artillery first. See, that's the nice thing about the US military being first world. You don't have to use WWII Soviet tactics and weapons to fight a war.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Air supremacy that enables you to bomb the crap out of enemy = Not peer conflict.

          Without air supremacy you need to rely on counterbattery to deal with enemy artillery and you want to concentrate defenses around artillery as it is essential for success.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Air supremacy that enables you to bomb the crap out of enemy = Not peer conflict.
            The US military literally has no peer. This is my whole fricking point.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              NTA, just wanted to remark on the cycle of doublethink: the U.S. is somehow simultaneously
              >an obsolete sitting duck
              and
              >overly reliant on high tech toys that can’t handle a Zerg rush of cheaper materiel
              because
              >long range fires are now literally all that matters
              but
              >U.S. air superiority doesn’t count as long range fires because that’s not a “peer conflict”
              Seriously, WTF is it with contrarian morons? Everything in the “muh cheap drone swarm has no defense” parallels the talking points the Reformers made just before Gulf I blew their bullshit back into their faces.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                It's funny because a zerg rush of cheap trash is reliant on a massive logistics system which is very vulnerable to air power. You need to deny a whole lot of air space before you can swarm anything.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                An excellent point. And while stuff like the Shahsneeds really are cheap trash, the sorts of more specialized gear like highly maneuverable scouting drones aren’t trash at all. They’re only “cheap” with that logistics pipeline to get things like precision parts and rare earth magnets/batteries at scale.
                And then there’s the capabilities that having money unlock. The sensor pack in a high-end surveillance UAV might cost $5,000,000 but it can produce intel that spending that money on 10,000 cheaper units just won’t.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                It's thirdies trying to pretend like hobby drones will give them a chance against a real military

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                The Soviets (and Russians) were always doubling down on the “more, but shittier” approach and then seething when the U.S. found a way to sidestep it with quality. Push vs. pull logistics is one, but the classic example is their attempt to guard against superior 4th-gen U.S. jets and AMRAAM by spamming cheap SAMs and blanketing their border with them. Then the U.S. debuted stealth tech, and SAMs weren’t the game-changer anymore.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Well stated, but the issue is that he's essentially a Soviet apologist. Soviet doctrine was to rely on ground-based air defense to neutralize the US/NATO airpower advantage and leverage their mass advantage in artillery. Assuming that they would be successful in this outs him as a vatnik, or at least a russiaboo.

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ive got a spare Mavic Pro, is there a legitimate donation pathway to send it to Ukraine, or are they only using more modern ones now?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'll buy it from you

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        what'll you give me for it? I've got the controller, a spare set of blades and 2 batteries.

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What about the anti-drone drone tree?

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >APFSDS drone
    How does that work?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      its a joke brasa, just like the rat-payload drone

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's impossible for infantry to take down drowns by themselves, even infantry equipped with some futuristic XM25 with a fancy radar and proximity fuze are gonna have a tough time against drones, especially if they come in a swarm.

    The only sure reliable way to take down drones would be a vehicle armed with a M230LF RWS and a radar.
    Any infantry not near these vehicles would be committing suicide.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      in the open clear sky I have no doubt that drones can be taken be detected and shot down by autocannons like the M230LF or even a airburst proximity grenade launcher.

      but what happens if the drones are flying low to the ground or is flying around trees and buildings?
      How is a radar or proximity fuze going to tell the difference?

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    what is the deal with helmettard?

  19. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Switchblade 300 was so shit the US announced later in 2023 they wouldn't buy anymore.

    Though they are apparently still buying the larger switchblade 600 that uses a modified javelin warhead

  20. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >landmine
    someone post that clip, I lost it
    It's of some vatnik poking an unexploded drone with a stick. The clip then switches to an overhead view of the area and you suddenly see an explosion in the middle of a forest

  21. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >meanwhile in real life: senile ham radio hobbyists are making russian fpv pilots seethe with impotence
    Imagine a "weapon" your enemy can just turn off.
    https://twitter.com/wartranslated/status/1770457765200240880

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Russia claims

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      as easy as changing the frequency tho

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Expensive Western datalink radios can change frequencies in microseconds, but changing the frequency on a FPV means ordering a different radio from the rear and soldering it on.

  22. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The Switchblade, which the U.S. military had a lot of success testing, didn’t "fail" in Ukraine — they simply disappeared into some corrupt general’s private warehouse for sale to Iran or someone else on the black market. Same as all the Javelins which got sent and hardly appeared in video. All that highly portable, valuable gear went into someone’s pocket to pay for a Rolls Royce and villa in Europe. The troops get FPV drones because frick them and that money would look better in someone’s driveway than all over some Central Asian meat sock. That’s, BTW, the REAL reason the huge amount of military spending Ukraine has been forced to take on somehow doesn’t result in military drones purchased from an actual arms contractor and instead in hobby-tier FPVs.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Ivan, that line got stale back in April of 2022 when watching T-72s toss their turrets from Javelin strikes got boring to see

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