DARPA’s newest system kills drones with stringy streamers

DARPA’s newest system kills drones with stringy streamers
WASHINGTON — After successful tests, the Pentagon’s emerging technology research arm finished work on an anti-drone system that can shoot strings of streamers into the propellers of threatening drones, causing them to fall from the sky.

The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency is looking to transfer the technology to a program of record through various service acquisitions programs, the office announced June 7.

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