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US Army patented a drone that can be launched from a grenade launcher



US Army Research Laboratory Hao Kang and John Gerdes have patented the GLUAS drone, which is launched from a 40-mm grenade launcher.

The drone itself is packed inside the capsule body. After a shot, the hull, having reached a predetermined height, opens and falls, releasing the apparatus inside.

Next, the aircraft’s onboard battery is turned on, which provides power to the electric motor. He, in turn, drives the screw in the rear of the drone. The parachute type paraglider creates lift, and the short wings fold when they reach the set flight speed, and then act as control surfaces.

US Army Research Laboratory Hao Kang and John Gerdes have patented the GLUAS drone, which is launched from a 40-mm grenade launcher.

The drone itself is packed inside the capsule body. After a shot, the hull, having reached a predetermined height, opens and falls, releasing the apparatus inside.



Next, the aircraft’s onboard battery is turned on, which provides power to the electric motor. He, in turn, drives the screw in the rear of the drone. The parachute type paraglider creates lift, and the short wings fold when they reach the set flight speed, and then act as control surfaces.

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