Exciting things are happening in our Armed Forces.
…no, I’m not talking about transgenders joining the Army.
I’m talking about life-saving advancements, made possible by the Donald Trump administration.
Because of the president’s investment into the military, our troops are better equipped than ever before.
That means fewer deaths and bigger victories.
And the U.S. military’s latest acquisition will have terrorists running for the hills!
From Western Journal:
“Army units will soon be equipped with pocket-sized drones to give them an edge on the battlefield.
The drones are 6.6 inches long and weigh 1.16 ounces, the company said. They can fly in day or night conditions for up to 1.24 miles. The drones have a maximum speed of 20 feet per second…
Once the army gets the drones, they will be deployed with a Brigade Combat Team. The location of that team has not been announced.”
US Army soldiers will soon be armed with these game-changing drones that fit in the palm of your hand
￼FLIR Black Hornet III, in hand. FLIR… https://t.co/GTIJXOtOI6
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These drones are a strategic Godsend: they can move fast, are hard to detect, and provide comprehensive visuals.
They give soldiers immediate situational awareness—something that decides the course of combat.
Finally, our soldiers no longer have to enter no-win scenarios, nor do they have to send humans into a dangerous area for reconnaissance.
This is perfect for troops stationed in cities and urban areas, and flushing out enemy forces entrenched in secure locations will be much easier.
Furthermore, these drones can help soldiers pinpoint enemies, while sparing innocent bystanders.
Black Hornet Nano Drone
Australian Army soldiers demonstrated the PD-100 Black Hornet Nano unmanned aircraft
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We never saw this kind of advancement under President Obama, now did we?
No, this kind of innovation is only possible thanks to the support President Trump has given to our military.
Thank you, Mr. President!
Source: Western Journal