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New York National Guard Soldiers Are Training With ‘Pocket-Sized’ Drones That Will Eventually Be Given To The Army

By Jacob M. Thompson

“You can recon a lot of stuff, and the bad guys can’t see it,” Staff Sgt. Andy Huang said.

Last month, troops from the New York National Guard’s 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, tested out new miniaturized drones at Fort Drum, New York, referred to as a soldier borne sensor (SBS), that allows for deployed soldiers to perform reconnaissance in the field.

‘[The Black Hornet] is designed to mitigate the risk to Soldiers by having the miniature drone complete dangerous work Soldiers would typically perform on their own. Its small size, only measuring a few inches, and low-noise capabilities make it nearly undetectable by enemy forces,’ the U.S. Army said in a blog post.

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