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Iranian Drone

Posted by inkognito (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 24, 12 at 8:11

Iran has reverse engineered the US drone that went down there last year. The drone was tested recently.

During its first and only flight it wiped out a village of sheepherders, levelled a school then crashed.

The Iranian Engineering team pronounced it an authentic replica of the American model.


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This model is probably now obsolete and was only for surveillance. Thus, how did they arm it?


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How? Don't be fooled. There are intelligent weapons engineers in Iran. They have launched armed drones prior to this one.


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Well. this little joke was not appreciated..too subtle?


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The sheepherders was overkill! In brevity there may be wit!


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Ink, reading of the number of crashes of U.S. drones, an exact Iranian replica may be expected to malfunction as well... but I think that the captured model is too small to do the amount of damage that you cite. Maybe damage a single-room school, or a few wayward sheep?


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I guess I don't find any humor in drone deaths.


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