garymortimer writes It’s not as sexy as the Beast of Kandahar RQ 170 Sentinel, or as well known as a predator. But we believe that the bird-shaped drone crashed in Pakistan last week could be a tool of American special forces. At first it was thought to be a work house, but packets with FMC (which means fully mission capable) written on them, and a U.S. date style and really points to something else. SUAS is not new or AvWeek Flight International for balls is as delicate a job during the day. Our exclusive photos of the C130 which hit a damaged RQ170 was good enough for us. We would like to identify this drone. Maybe it’s just a homebrew job, maybe not. This is not a Smartbird Festo However, the most popular choice of experts.
- Nintendo 3DS range revealed Ambassador Program, available September 1st game
- Zotac unveils palm-sized nano ZBOX AD10, packaging AMD Brazos APU
- BlackWidow Razer keyboard keys stealth keep the mechanical noise is a gap
- Juno look back, Photographs Earth-Moon system
- The limited liability claims attack Wikileaks
- Mophie cut prices on the Boost Juice Pack Powerstation and raises the capacity of the battery
- Sprint to Upgrade to double costs $ 36 from Sept. 9?
- Creative distributes gaming headsets Sound Blaster audio platform Recon3D / sound cards
- Final Cut Studio available again through Apple Telesales, video editors around the world breathed sighs of relief
- AT and T discontinues A-List feature to new customers effective today