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    “Current Science Event: Drone-Stunning Device Industrialized” An innovative AUDS (Anti-UAV Defense System) has the ability to detect, track, and disable drones. Opposed to Boeing’s Compact Laser Weapons System, which fires concentrated lasers to melt drones out of the sky, the AUDS identifies the radio signal that the drone uses, and then fires the same frequency at the drone to command it to cease operating. AUDS essentially jams the drone’s communication with its original signal from a…

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    In the historical narrative about drone warfare by Andrew Cockburn, entitled Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins, it seems that technology can do no good. Not only does the military grade machinery never seem to live up to its ideal, but it appears that system failure is an all too common occurrence. Though technological advances may give the impression of moving forward in life and creating a better tomorrow, it also creates a sort of communication barrier between human beings.…

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    popular nowadays. In the past, drones were used primarily for military and surveillance purposes. However, nowadays, drones are used in several areas. You will note that they are used in gathering information for research purposes, traffic management, aerial photography, movie production and so forth. These gadgets are also used in the planning and forecasting of weather. There several things that you should check when buying a drone. These include: 1. Design This is one of the important things…

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    Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), more commonly called Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), or Drones are aircrafts with no pilots on board. They can fly using remote controls or pre-programmed flight plans (UAV Staff). They can be remote controlled for short or long ranges of time (Staff on Friends Committee on National Legislation). UAVs range on sizes from less than a pound to over 40,000 pounds (UAV Staff). Each UAV can stay in the sky for up to seventeen hours. They send back images of…

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    I am a young man who values safety in the Lower Merion School District, I feel strongly about the type of equipment used in our public police department. In a district with many people I am afraid something bad might happen. I believe it is important to consider using drones to assist police. The use of drones will keep our community safer. For many people the safety of our community matters. Many people believe that drones may cause accidents by running into someone and hurting them. Some…

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    Introduction With the beginning of the Space-Age, and the first iteration of Satellite Imagery, society saw progress in many fields for the betterment of welfare, security and knowledge. This new form of imagery has influenced the way we monitor, map, plan and preserve our world, as well as how we perceive our universe. This study hopes to discuss the major changes satellite imagery has had on archeology, meteorology, and political or military surveillance. It will also include a brief…

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    SEAD Doctrine

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    In modern air warfare without effective Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses U.S. air power is far less lethal. The Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) is a mission that came to be in the war in Vietnam. With the creation of modern Integrated Air Defense Systems (IAD), U.S. Air power could be loses its effectiveness while still maintaining Air Superiority. While enemy fighters may have not been a threat during most missions the possibility of being shot down by a Surface to Air Missile…

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    Skylab, the first orbital space station, was launched in 1973. Space probes have traveled millions of miles and landed on Venus and Mars. Space vehicles armed with telescopes and automated testing controls have traveled deep into space, providing the world with information and detailed images of planets, moons, and even far off galaxies. Spread 26-27 Pg26 And now, just about anyone can experience…

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    Winged Defense Case Study

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    of Winged Defense from a 1919 lecture given by Captain Thomas Hart on the value of submarines in warfare. With his lack of evidence and knowledge exposed, Mitchell had no chance of exoneration by the court. While Mitchell’s court-martial proceeded into December, the Morrow Board submitted its report to President Coolidge regarding the possibility and predicted outcome of bolstering the Air Service. Unfortunately, their findings did not meet Mitchell’s expectations, as the report rejected the…

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    After the First World War and airpower’s contribution in dealing with the stalemate warfare, some people recognized its great potential, and started to envision its use in future conflicts. Those people, that can be called theorists, visionaries, or airpower prophets started to think how to further develop an airpower, and how it can be best used in the future warfare. Furthermore, they provided their theories and predictions of its tactical and strategic use in order to give military…

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