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Domestic UAVs are showing up overseas? This country has bought 350 aircraft at a high price

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in the 1920s, the concept of "UAV" came out. Since the 1950s, UAVs have been active in various battlefields as a new battlefield unit. From the Vietnam War, the Gulf War and now the Syrian war, UAVs can be seen everywhere in the battlefield. With the progress of science and technology, people no longer hope that UAV is just a "reconnaissance unit" and a "booster" on the battlefield. Instead, they hope that UAV can undertake more arduous tasks and become one of the protagonists on the battlefield like manned fighter. Now, almost all countries that have the ability to do so have invested a lot of money and energy in the design and development of UAVs, and the same is true in Australia in the southern hemisphere. Recently, the Australian military suddenly released "heroic words to build the Australian army into the" world's strongest UAV force "

according to the reference news, the first military international UAV Racing Championship was successfully held in Sydney, Australia, not long ago, according to the Australian reader magazine station. In this large-scale international competition, the Australian Army team composed of the Australian army still achieved very excellent results in the face of UAV operators from many other countries. The Australian military said publicly that Australia's investment in military UAVs will soon make the Australian army the most powerful UAV force per capita in the world! At present, Australia's military strength is relatively limited. If Australia can really "make some achievements" in the field of UAVs, it will also greatly improve Australia's military strength

it is reported that the Australian army is currently considering using three different types of UAVs to build the Australian Army's UAV use system. The largest of these UAVs is the rq-7b "shadow 200" UAV from the United States. Although the UAV is large, it can be ejected from the ground vehicle mobile device, and has strong tactical deployment mobility. In addition, the UAV, which has been in service in the US Marine Corps for a certain period of time, is reliable. In addition, these six points are the basic components of the impact test aircraft, and UAVs such as the Norwegian PD-100 and the aviation environment company rq-12 are also planned by the Australian military

the ultimate goal of the Australian military is to lower UAVs to each platoon level unit and enable soldiers to skillfully operate UAVs, which certainly requires targeted training by the Australian army. But what should we do if we use real military UAVs for training, the flight cost is too high, and Australia does not have enough money? The Australian military has been thinking for a long time and has decided to use civilian UAVs for training. The civilian UAVs favored by Australia are the "phantom" series UAVs made by the famous Chinese UAV manufacturer, Dajiang! At present, Australia is considering purchasing about 350 UAVs of this series through civil channels for daily training

at present, the Australian military hopes to replace the "tiger" Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter currently in service by strengthening the construction of UAVs in more than a decade. The Australian Army believes that the cost-effectiveness ratio of reconnaissance UAVs is far superior to that of "tiger" armed reconnaissance aircraft, and the reconnaissance efficiency is also higher. Even civilian UAVs used for training can be used for reconnaissance. Although the "tiger" armed reconnaissance helicopter can carry more weapons, the Australian army can also purchase armed UAVs from the United States to make up for the lack of firepower of existing reconnaissance helicopters. It is undeniable that the Australian Army has its own unique views on the use of UAVs, and has done better than many countries in the popularization and decentralization of UAVs. Some media said that the Australian Army has now taken the lead in the world in the use of UAVs

if Australia hopes to gain tactical advantages through UAVs in the future, it still needs to increase investment and vigorously develop the UAV industry. Of course, although China is a large UAV manufacturing country, and its UAV technology is in a leading position in the world, it is difficult to lower the UAV to the platoon level in a short time due to the large troop base, and it is even more difficult to make every soldier learn to operate the UAV. However, as long as we strengthen investment and absorb advanced experience, this goal can be fully realized. Moreover, the day of realization will not be too far away

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