Recently, China's Kestrel Defence Blood-Wing, a military contractor, released a video of their terrifying new military technology, revealing a drone-dropped robot attack dog. A drone hovers over a structure then drops down a robot onto its roof. After the drone departs, the robot gets up on four legs and begins scanning for victims around the structure using what appears to be an automatic weapon.
This tape was originally posted on the verified account of “Kestrel Defense Blood-Wing on Weibo.
The Chinese QBB-97 light machine gun, which fires 650 rounds per minute at an effective range of 400 metres, may be mounted on the robot dog, according to WarZone. Kestrel Defence Blood-Wing's description of the robot, translated automatically to English, claims that the weapon can ‘launch a surprise attack.'
“Aside from delivering airborne War Dogs, This Red Wing Forward heavy-duty drones can also be employed to insert combat robot dogs directly behind the enemy or to occupy the commanding heights to suppress enemy firepower. Ground troops may conduct a three-dimensional pincer attack on the enemy in a building using this technology,” the description reads.