A division of Russian military have begun training flights of the new drone “Tachyon” on the Iturup Island of Sakhalin region.
In future UAVs “Tachyon” will be involved in a constant bearing of duty in the area of the Kuril Islands, defencerussia reported Thursday.
Currently military persons who recently completed training at the center of the Armed Forces of unmanned aircraft have come for further service in the Eastern Military District, conducting training flights and preparation of military units.
Tachyon drones are nimble droned that drain a targets shields. They have no direct damage dealing weapons. The drones will attack the operator's selected target and will continue to attack that target until there is no target selected or the target is destroyed.
The Corsair Flight-Deck Cruiser comes with these drones as standard in its Hangar Bays.
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The Russian military will focus on the production of hundreds of indigenous drones, which can be used for transportation. An United Industrial Corporation executive told RIA Novosti Monday that Russia has realized strategic and military benefits of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
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