Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The Matrix Continues to BuildOut Remotely Delivered Death

From:  Military AeroSpace - Unmanned Vehicles

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Unmanned design trends
The growing role of technology in the global war on terrorism
It's increasingly clear that technology has a huge role to play in countering radical Islamic terrorism like the attack in San Bernardino, Calif., last Dec. 2.
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L-3 to install critical components of Navy Atlantic underwater warfare training range
Undersea sensor specialist L-3 Communications MariPro in Goleta, Calif., will build and install the wet end and dry end of crucial components of an underwater warfare training range off the coast of Florida under terms of a $12.6 million contract modification announced late last month.
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Unmanned contracts
Insitu to provide 65 ScanEagle UAVs and ScanEagle training facility for Afghanistan
U.S. Navy unmanned vehicle experts are establishing an in-theater training facility in Afghanistan to help Afghan military forces lean to use Insitu ScanEagle small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) under terms of a $70.9 million contract.
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Navy asks Hydroid to ramp-up production of MK 18 Kingfish unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV)
Unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) experts at Hydroid Inc. in Pocasset, Mass., are ramping-up production of the company's MK 18 Kingfish family of unmanned submersibles under terms of a $8.7 million contract.
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Unmanned business
France places order for third Reaper UAV system
France's Directorate-General of Armaments placed an order for its third MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle system from General Atomics. The French military has plans to procure four Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle systems for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions by 2019, with three vehicles allocated for each system.
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Russian unmanned underwater nuclear weapon raising the stakes in global balance of power
The technological means of delivering, deterring, and defending against nuclear weapons has been reasonably stable for more than half a century. Since the 1940s nuclear warheads have been based on bomber aircraft, long-range missiles, and specialized artillery. That stability, however, may be over as the concept of nuclear warfare enters a new unmanned underwater era.
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