US spy drone submarine project enters new phase
Virginia: The Menta Ray Drone Program, an automated deep-sea drones project, has entered its second and new phase under the auspices of the US Defense Research Organization (DARPA).
The underwater drone will have large, outstretched wings that will make it look like a Menta Ray fish.
All that is known from the news about this is that the size of ‘Menta Ray Underwater Drones’ will be very large but so far their final size has not been determined.
Two US defense agencies, Northrop Grumman and the Martin Defense Group, have been selected for the new phase, which will develop their own real-size Menta Ray drones.
Whichever design the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) deems more appropriate, will be selected for the final and production phase.
According to the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA), any such drone must be able to reach long distances at sea and remain safe and functional in salty seawater for long periods of time.
In addition, DARPA requires that drones require minimal human intervention for repairs and maintenance, while also having powerful batteries that can recharge themselves with seawater flow.
In addition to all of these features, Menta Ray drones must be equipped with sensitive equipment so that they can detect remote locations in the depths of the ocean and allow US forces to detect the movement of enemy submarines and ships in a timely manner. Keep alert
With the completion of this project, the US military will be able to spy in space, air and land as well as in the depths of the sea.
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