UAV drone radio control in the military

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Published on March 15, 2015

The 1141st conducting route clearance with the help of a newer, stealthier UAV. Scenes include the route with vehicles, helicopters in the air, sound bites and a unmanned aerial vehicle with a camera on board. Produced by 1st Lt. Seth Iliff.B-roll of how Sgt. 1st Class Bruce Borgertey prepares the Puma Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) and launches it at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Joyce in the Kunar province, Afghanistan. Produced by Tech Sgt. Amy Cartas. The Australian Army’s 131 Battery, 20th Surveillance and Target Acquisition Regiment operates the “Scan Eagle” unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV, at multi-national base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan. To support troops on the ground, the 131 Battery, originally from Gallippoli Barracks in Brisbane, Australia, has flown more than 25 thousand hours over Afghanistan so far. With an endurance of about 12 hours, the Scan Eagle can travel up to 100 kilometers away from the operator, based on line of sight, before being handed off to another operator at a different location. With the Australian UAV footage, the Singaporean Imagery Analysis team, who are also deployed to multi-national base Tarin Kowt, (ANGLICO) training with the Raven-B Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in Afghanistan. Scenes include them assembling the UAV and flying it. Produced by Lance Cpl. Bryan Nygaard. B-roll of the testing of an unmanned aerial vehicle at Vilseck Army Airfield in Germany by Nomad Troop 4th Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment. Produced by Staff Sgt. Jose Ibarra. B-roll of shots of UAVs, operators on the ground.Foxtroop 2-17 Cavalry preps and launches an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) at Forward Operating Base Fenty, Afghanistan.B-roll of UAS Plt, B co, 1 BSTB, doing pre-checks, catching and launching the unmanned aerial vehicle shadow. Produced by SGT Brittany Armstrong, FOB Fenty, Afghanistan.SFAAT teams are no strangers to technology. See how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles help the CFT Warrior complete its mission.B-roll of flight operations of micro UAV in Honduras.The 299th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, take out their new “Shadow” UAVs for training on a new airstrip at Camp Red Devil on Fort Carson. B-roll of UAS Plt, B co, 1 BSTB, doing pre-checks, catching and launching the unmanned aerial vehicle shadow. Produced by SGT Brittany Armstrong, FOB Fenty, Afghanistan.2013 – SFAAT teams are no strangers to technology. See how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles help the CFT Warrior complete its mission.Soldiers from 2-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team take to the air. while training to be operators of the Raven Unmanned Arial Vehicle.2nd Cavalry Regiment legacy profile on Sgt. Raymond Shortridge, a 15W UAV operator with Combined Task Force Dragoon.

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