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sábado, 12 de agosto de 2017

Drone de US$600 burla detecção do HMS Queen Elizabeth, pousa, decola e obtém imagens incríveis.


Por: Redação OD

A proeza foi  realizada em julho desse ano e só agora revelada aos veículos de comunicação no Reino Unido, pois o apesar do assunto ter sido inicialmente nem negado e nem confirmado, acabou por entrar em pautas de discussões internas entre os órgãos de segurança pública e na Royal Navy. Um jovem que não quis ser identificado liberou para vários jornais as imagens, e, a princípio não se sabe o modelo do drone, apenas que o valor do aparelho é de aproximadamente 300 Libras ou 600 Dólares americanos. 

When Big Lizzie met Big George at sea

Image via Mailonline/AFP
By: Wording OD.

When Big Lizzie met Big George: Stunning moment Navy's new £3bn aircraft carrier sailed alongside America's giant warship USS George HW Bush in a spectacular show of strength in North Sea.
Britain's new flagship aircraft carrier the HMS Queen Elizabeth was photographed today sailing the seas alongside US ships in a show of strength before heading to the Royal Navy's Portsmouth base.
The new £3billion ship was pictured along with the HMS Westminster, HMS Iron Duke, HNOMS Helge Ingstad from Norway, USS Donald Cook and USS Philippine Sea and USS George HW Bush.

terça-feira, 8 de agosto de 2017

War Games off Scottish coast help british forces prepare for HMS Queen Elizabeth


By: Wording OD.

More than 60 Royal Navy and Royal Marine personnel have been onboard USS George HW Bush coordinating a giant NATO maritime exercise off the coast of Scotland.
The UK team have been working with their US counterparts to hone their skills ahead of taking command of the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, which could be arriving in Portsmouth in ten days time. 
The war games, called Exercise Saxon Warrior, have seen the Commander of the UK Carrier Strike Group Commodore Andrew Betton and his team direct jets, firepower and personnel across the task group for the last ten days to ensure full readiness for the UK’s own carrier strike capability.