The US Air Force deploys robotic dogs to guard the bases

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The US Air Force has deployed for the first time robotic “dogs” to protect its military facilities. These “dogs” have demonstrated their capabilities on a large scale, and are currently used to guard Nellis Air Force Base in southern Nevada, which has more squadrons than any other US base in the world, in addition to Tindall Air Force Base. In Florida.

“Dogs” do not have any combat capabilities, but are tasked with carrying out tasks including remote inspection, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, mapping and distributed communications.

These robotic dogs will be used in patrolling unwanted areas for humans and vehicles.

Al Jundi

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