Drone expert says these should be widespread and cheap 10:24

The realities of military conflict force us to rethink the attitude towards unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs); Mass production and low cost are required. writes about this RIA News Referring to Denis Fedutinov, editor of the special publication “Unmanned Aviation”.

According to him, not only stray ammunition, initially disposable, but also unmanned reconnaissance systems are currently needed by Russian troops “in much larger quantities.”

In conflict zones, even reusable drones do not work for very long due to electronic warfare and kinetic countermeasures and essentially become consumables.

The agency’s materials say that the military has high expectations from aircraft-type UAVs, but real experience in combat operations shows that cheap, small-sized devices are becoming more in demand.

29 November reportedHe said Russia will start training operators for Okhotnik unmanned aerial vehicles.

Previously commander of the Armed Forces of Ukraine statedThat the Russian Federation has an advantage in the use of FPV drones.

Source: Gazeta


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