Dronebuster Electronic Warfare System at the Counter Unmanned Aircraft System Training in the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area

A senior Observer Coach/Trainer fires a Dronebuster Electronic Warfare System at the Counter Unmanned Aircraft System Training in the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area on January 30, 2020. Having experience on how UASs react to the Dronebusters will allow them to adjudicate fairly. (U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)
A senior Observer Coach/Trainer fires a Dronebuster Electronic Warfare System at the Counter Unmanned Aircraft System Training in the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area on January 30, 2020. Having experience on how UASs react to the Dronebusters will allow them to adjudicate fairly. (U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

Two contractors attach a payload to a small Unmanned Aircraft System at the Counter UAS Training at the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area, Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. The payloads can take on a variety of forms and functions to make a UAS a fearsome foe.  (U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)
Two contractors attach a payload to a small Unmanned Aircraft System at the Counter UAS Training at the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area, Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. The payloads can take on a variety of forms and functions to make a UAS a fearsome foe.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

Three different handheld counters to small Unmanned Aerial Systems are laid out at the Static Display at the Drone Demonstration in the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area, Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. Each of these systems provide different counter-sUAS capabilities.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

Three different 3D-printed payloads are on display at the Drone Demonstration in the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area, Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. Each payload fulfills a different function in the training environment: the leftmost resembles a large caliber strike, the middle can be used to simulate a chemical attack, and the rightmost replicates a mine.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

A Predator Unmanned Aircraft System takes off at the Counter UAS Training in the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area, Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. Currently, Blackhorse Troopers only pilot the Predator UASs.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

Joe Odell, Anti-Unmanned Aircraft System Instructor for the National Training Center, explains current approaches to Observer Coach/Trainers at the Counter UAS Training held at the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area, Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. Next on the training agenda is an outdoor presentation that includes a hands-on demonstration and a ‘Drone Swarm’.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

A contractor hand-launches a Puma Unmanned Aircraft System at the Counter UAV Training at the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area, Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. Puma UAVs are primarily used to conduct reconnaissance on the Rotational Training Unit’s movements.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

Staff Sgt. James Barry, Regimental S2, Regimental Support Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, briefs senior Observer Coach/Trainers on the Dronebuster demonstration at the Counter Unmanned Aircraft System Training at the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area Fort Irwin, Calif. on January 30, 2020. The Dronebuster is the Rotational Training Unit’s main method of combating the Regiment’s UASs.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

A senior Observer Coach/Trainer fires a Dronebuster Electronic Warfare System at the Counter Unmanned Aircraft System Training in the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area on January 30, 2020. Having experience on how UASs react to the Dronebusters will allow them to adjudicate fairly.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

A contractor answers Col. Scott Woodward’s, Regimental Commanding Officer, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, questions about their rigid-wing Unmanned Aircraft System at the Counter Unmanned Aircraft System Training at the Rotational Unit Bivouac Area on January 30, 2020. Rigid-wing UAVs offer higher flight speeds and quieter operation.
(U.S. Army photo by PFC Gower Liu, 11th ACR Public Affairs)

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