Where is the Footage From the Drone?

It’s surveilling, right? Alongside carrying weapons.

There has to be footage that would show the world just how devious Russia is– cue evil laugh! ….mWahahaha

Has anyone seen it- I’m not talking about the silly animated video that’s making the rounds. I'm referring to the actual footage that would have been captured as the drone was spying.


The MQ-9 is the first hunter-killer UAV designed for long-endurance, high-altitude surveillance

One claim was that the onboard camera is able to read a license plate from two miles (3.2 km) away

With 1.8 billion pixels, ARGUS was the highest-resolution camera in the world when it first appeared in early 2013. ARGUS is composed of 368 five-megapixel smartphone cameras clustered together and peering through four telescopic lenses.

So, where is the footage that would have been sent back to the controllers?

4 replies on “Where is the Footage From the Drone?”

Drone was intercepted flying towards Crimea 60 km SW of Sevastopol, with it’s transponder off. Claim and counter claims from belligerents, bottom line drone crashes into water. Expensive US camera apparently suffered from Jeffrey Epstein jailhouse type problems. Russia establishes new rules of engagement.

Hi Mark!
Correct me if I’m wrong the drone is for lack of a better term reporting to the operators in real time, so the drone can be operated remotely. That information video etc., should be at the command center. And accessible regardless of the crash?
This is my understanding.?

I like the Epstein reference… 🙂
It’s so appropriate

Hi Penny,
Yes real time transmission is the control mechanism and video is the whole rationale for reconnaissance. Apparently Russian surface units have already recovered some debris.

Hi Mark
I’ve posted the video the Pentagon finally released. It’s 42 seconds and I’m aware that they are going to only release that which is advantageous to them- so I really don’t know what to make of the video at all

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