Soldiers get hand-held drones to scout out danger

02/6/2013 | Gizmag · BBC

Some British soldiers have been issued Black Hornet Nanos -- small, unmanned aerial vehicles with a camera -- that they can use while on the ground in Afghanistan. The UAVs can fly for up to 30 minutes and around corners, providing helpful reconnaissance so soldiers can be alerted to dangers.

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Gizmag · BBC

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