Remote controlled bomb disposal

Remote controlled bomb disposal

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Credit: US Air Force/Rey Ramon/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Remote controlled bomb disposal. A member of a military explosive ordnance disposal unit operating an F6A robot control system. The robot, visible on the screen, is approaching a simulated improvised explosive device concealed in a box. The F6-A is a remote controlled military robot with 4 cameras, and a manipulator arm capable of lifting 29 kilograms. It is designed by Remotec, a subsidiary of Northrup Grumman, an American defence and technology company.

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