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The United States Navy has officially entered the drone business.
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It is my understanding that the United States Navy has all but relinquished dominance in the Pacific theatre to the Chinese Navy . Given the motives behind China's military build up and its economic implications, I believe that it is necessary, very necessary, to off set this growing situation wit a leaner ,faster, and much more lethal US Navy. Don't let us down.
good thing the u.s. has stealth drones hahaha
it's the chinese submarines and russian satellites who will have to take them out
Do not sneeze on landing. but seriously can I have a go?
One response to yakhont, sunburn.
mi nuteman ICBM..
American Carrier are floating death traps, for any foolish enough to attack one.
Yakhont. Sunburn. One hit destruction. These 'great ships' are nothing but floating tombs for 1000s.
USA carriers on parade so proud. Same historically as best prancing cavalry soon to be gunned down.
Check your facts, the United States Marine Corps and Army have Unmanned Aerial Systems as well.
This platforms have no more value,as the Chinese have now the DS 21 redy ,a Ballistic/guidet missle
for military use only?!
Guess it's easier for militairy personal to pull the trigger when it looks more like a videogame.
Oh Great, Rise of the Machines! Let's hope they don't come autonomous!
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