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    As the technologies that enable surveillance activities become available to the average global consumer, these surveyant technologies permeate into the desires of the individual as a tool to spectate other people. Technologies of surveillance such as camera monitoring, data-doubles and drones have changed how individuals choose to In Max Hjortsberg’s "Drone Poem", it is important to remember that there are living people piloting the drones mentioned in the poem with motives behind their…

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    Military Robotics History

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    The history of military robotics dates back to World War II and the Cold War. During those times of spying, weaponry and strategic attacks, these robots were in the form of Germany’s type of robotics and Russian weaponry called “teletanks”. It originated combined with a radio controlled boat intended to use by the military from Nicola Tesla. As the Soviets had created the teletanks, they were modified to be controlled by the radio signals. Weather conditions made it pretty tough to use, but…

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    was launched from a circling reaper drone controlled by another man thousands of miles away in Nevada. This is a prime example of a fairly new tactic of drone warfare used by Armies around the world to fight terrorists. Drone warfare is the use of unmanned radio or satellite controlled aircraft to destroy enemy targets, and conduct surveillance on enemy forces, these aircraft can hold missiles or cameras and are saving countless lives by taking out enemies or scouting them without putting…

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    Owls Vs Ostriches

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    In case of emergency, every animal needs a way to escape or defend themselves. Owls have better mechanisms that ostriches for defense and catching food. Owls and ostriches are two drastically different animals and they both have different ways of hunting, eating, and getting away from predators. Everything about these two creatures is different, for good reason. An ostrich is made for running fast in the deserts and plains and various places, while the owl is made for flying high and soaring to…

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    Paintball Vs. Airsoft There are very few situations where you have to worry about being shot. The one most would think of would be in the field of combat in a different country. Most people don’t realize though that they can get the same adrenaline rush in a safe environment. There are actually two popular ways; Airsoft and paintball. Paintball and Airsoft are both ways to simulate the feelings of live combat and have similar features. In order to begin feeling the adrenaline rush flow…

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    Drone Use

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    to the cameras and other equipment assembled into them). Hence, in the coming years we will undoubtedly witness a rapid expansion of the civilian use of UAVs."(Volovelsky). Likewise, farmers have seen drones as a very useful tool when it comes to aerial surveys of crops, or whether to see if their plants are growing and aid in irrigation. When it comes to military use the military are seeing drones as a very useful tool when it comes to size. As, Elisabeth, Bumiller mentions in her article “War…

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    Their missiles and firepower are also very precise so their ability to take out terrorist threats is superior to a manned vehicle such as a jet. So is the drone program actually weakening Al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations? Dylan Matthews thinks it is. In the article, “Everything you need to know about drones,” he states, “New America estimates that 1,967 - 3,236 militants…

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    Drone are going to revolutionize warfare. These drones have become more popular and more frequently used since President Obama has came into office in 2008. Drones can change war for the better with just a click of a button. The next big thing in technology. The U.S. first started using drones in 2002, but we have used them more in 2007/08. Police departments and major companies like Amazon have tested and already use drones to improve their job. Drones are still fairly new and some laws…

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    Aerospace Power

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    As technology advances through the 21st century, the world of aerospace is becoming increasingly important. There are many reasons why this region has such significance to our society, with one of them being that aerospace power is essential in protecting our national security. To start, I would like to clear up two definitions: National Security and Aerospace Power. National Security is agreed upon, to some extent, as “ the protection of a nation from attack or other danger by holding…

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    Fascination With Drones

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    America’s Fascination with Drones Within the recent decade, America’s fascination with drones has increased with popularity among hobbyists, the military, businesses, the public, and many other groups. There are many conflicting reports that show the military’s use of drones is harmful, while other reports state their use provides several benefits to combating military targets overseas. As more people become concerned about the safety of drones, and whether their potential uses could be…

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