How To Avoid Being Detected By A U.S. Drone [Pic+]

Submitted by: fancylad 3 years ago

Yep, like it or not, unmanned, policing drones are now a part of American day-to-day life... but they can be avoided.
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Male 354
"in the southern US everything is called a terget"

Sorry but this made me laugh.

While I`ll admit that the southeastern US is still full of bigoted, slow minded people, and that southern hospitality is a myth, not all of us fall into that category.
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Male 354
We won`t be hassled by these drones in the US. It`ll be a quadcopter type model which negates this guys anti-detection techniques. Run from those.

youtube.com/watch?v=pp89tTDxXuI
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Female 3,180
Shoot it down with your AR-15... hey wait a minute!
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Male 14,774
April Fool`s haha.

On a more serious note, I doubt armed drones will be used for strikes on home soil. It would turn the tide of opinion if there was collateral damage. It`s harder to reclassify US kids and people with facebook accounts as `insurgents` when they are executed for standing close to someone who might have been an enemy combatant, as the US does in Pakistan.

However, what drones will do, is enable the US govt to keep high resolution imaging and eavesdropping 24/365 on station directly above US cities. And at lower altitudes compared to satellites. Low altitudes are key, as they permit high bandwidth transmission.
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Male 1,558
in the southern US everything is called a terget
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Female 4,086
down here in lower arkansas/upper louisiana, those things are called `targets`.
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Male 2,549
My god Gerry, you`re ahead of the times. That is sooo Spring on the catwalks of Milan 2015! Overpriced DIY designer look-a-likes will be boasting the diadem of Mata Hari you`ve shown below in the women`s line and the stunning foil Helmet of Hermes in the men`s line. Peabody`s stealth suit will be all the rage and costumes comprised entirely of retro-reflective tape will take the world (and the people of Walmart) by storm...my eyes are bleeding already.
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Male 1,558
what the f are you doing that you need to hide what it is you are doing. Smarten up losers
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Male 1,920
BTW the pic below is just an artist conception. I would have posted a picture of the real suit, but it can`t be seen with a camera.
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Male 1,920
It`s better to just have a sensor deflecting full body Stealth suit.


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Male 14,330
Just cover yourself in mud and become one with the jungle like in Predator!!!
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Male 5,608
NO-NO, GERRY!!! My new drone program is going for the scree-
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Male 3,909
The funniest thing about this is that I guarantee you there are a few IABers (who shall remain nameless) that are out there right now running down the sidewalk in a zig-zag/serpentine pattern on there way to get a HAM radio, sunblock & plastic wrap!
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Male 37,888

I heard if you wear a foil hat the drone can`t track you. But don`t get lazy, you might as well be fashionable about it so you don`t stand out as an odd ball.

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Male 305
Ah April 1st. The days that keeps on giving.
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Male 5,608
*Reads article, programs tracker to look for pale-skinned VHF emitters with shiny roofs walking like zoidberg...*
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Male 1,920
Sounds like:
[quote]In case of a nuclear attack, duck under your desk and cover the back of your head with your hands.[/quote]
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Male 2,549
Finally the shiny aluminum foil hat can gain a following in the world of practical fashion. Paranoid parrot must be preening with pleasure.
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Male 701
people make it sound as if every citizen as a drone hovering above them. I tend to think of a drone like a FBI surveillance van parked near someone engaging in felonious behavior. I don`t hear every one freaking about surveillance vans.
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Male 37,888

So as long as you walk like a crab, carry a radio broadcast antenna and wear an air conditioner on your head you are safe from drones.

simple enough
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Male 3,285
Before you put a clicky up. Please make sure that the clicky actually works.
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Male 19,855
Link: How To Avoid Being Detected By A U.S. Drone [Pic+] [Rate Link] - Yep, like it or not, unmanned, policing drones are now a part of American day-to-day life... but they can be avoided.
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