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So.. whats your favourite species?

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So.. whats your favourite species?

As always, full compliments to the Daily Mail for this:

Click the pic for the article!
Just thought.. hope my red hot car doesn't go into melt down! Oh hang on, the font is standard and the image has been created by someone else not at the DM  Wink
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Re: So.. whats your favourite species?

I never realised that drones could be so large.
For some reason I envisaged them being the size of a child's remote control plane  Cheesy
The X47C looks particularly menacing, though.

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Re: So.. whats your favourite species?

Quite like the look of the Mantis myself
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Re: So.. whats your favourite species?

Drone bee?
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Re: So.. whats your favourite species?

Are these the Drones that Amazon will be using for deliveries?
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Well the title does say military.. nothing about civilian  Wink
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Re: So.. whats your favourite species?

it also omits to mention they are all capable of being armed (and nearly all of them carry some from of armament even if its only side arm calibre)
re size, they made one that's the same size/shape as a V2 that can go above mach  1 for suicide bombing missions with a massive payload (not sure if it ever got past acceptance trials though)
some of the more agile ones are the size of a daysack but most of them are long range and massive
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Re: So.. whats your favourite species?

The Soaring Dragon takes my fancy.
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