Raytheon’s two foot long laser-guided missile could be on small drones within months…(Yep! SkyNet Lives!!)
Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Here’s a disturbing thought: small drones, perpetually flying overhead, not only armed with facial recognition and threat assessment technology but also two foot long laser-guided bombs known as “Small Tactical Munition.”
This incredible and quite disturbing advancement is so far along that a business manager for Raytheon’s missile division told AIN Online that they’re “just tweaking the software and running some environmental tests.”
However, this did not happen overnight. Indeed, this has been an experimental project over at Raytheon – one of America’s many war profiteering corporations – since at least 2009.
The precision bomb weighs in at less than one 10th of the commonly known Hellfire missiles carried on the similarly infamous Predator and Reaper drones, which have already been and are currently being used on Americans and will undoubtedly be used more frequently as time goes on unless radical changes are made.
It will be fitted to the relatively tiny AAI RQ-7 Shadow which has either a wingspan ranging from 12 feet to 14 ft depending on if they’re using the RQ-7A Shadow or RQ-7B Shadow.