Israel Examines Using Grenade-launched Mini Drones

At $2,000 a pop with a 2-5 kilometer flight range, Israeli company Spear’s smallest drone weighs less than 250 grams and can be fired from a grenade launcher

Sagi Cohen
Sagi Cohen
Sagi Cohen
Sagi Cohen

The Defense Ministry is examining the use of miniature drones that can be fired from a grenade launcher. The new technology has recently been developed by Spear, an Israeli startup company.

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