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Flexforce Dronebuster

Hand-Held Counter-UAS / Anti-Drone Solution [ 2016 ]

The inherent versatility of the Dronebuster anti-drone solution allows it to be featured as a hand-held weapon or fixed for perimeter defense.

Authored By: Staff Writer | Last Edited: 08/04/2022 | Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com | The following text is exclusive to this site.

"Dronebuster" is an anti-drone / anti-Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) solution developed by Flex Force of the United States and is currently marketed as the only handheld, electronic attack-defeat solution that has been approved by the United States Department of Defense. This unique "counter-weapon" sports such critical in-the-field tactical qualities as compactness, light weight, and cost-effectiveness. Beyond this, the system is detailed as easy-to-use, requiring an operator commitment of just five minutes to cover basic functionality. To date, the design has been proven through operations spanning the globe - from the North America and South America, throughout Africa, the Middle East and across the Pacific - at both military and law enforcement levels.

The inherent flexibility of the system allows it to be operated by infantry at the squad-level through its hand-held pistol grip arrangement and relatively compact footprint. It can also double as a fixed, perimeter defense jammer unit engaging enemy drones when entering friendly airspace - useful in protection of key installations, critical infrastructure, on-the-move convoys and the like. Integrated systems give the operator considerable advantages against an inbound aerial threat including basic frequency jamming, communications type determination, and satellite navigation jamming.

As a man-portable, Line-of-Site (LoS) anti-drone solution, Dronebuster measures just 21 inches in length with a width of 6.5 inches and a height of 11 inches. Weight is 4.1 lb. The system operates through an NSN Mil-Spec battery powerpack and can run for up to three hours of continuous jamming or up to 10 hours in RF-detection mode. Endurance can be enhanced through use of a DC power connection for uninterrupted service. The housing can also be equipped with optional Picatinny rails along its top and bottom faces for additional tactical flexibility.©MilitaryFactory.com
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November 2016 - Radio Hull has launched the Dronebuster Block 3 variant.

April 2017 - The United States Army has selected the Dronebuster for its anti-drone requirement.

June 2017 - The United States Air Force has purchased 100 Dronebuster units for its security forces.

August 2017 - Radio Hill has delivered its 100th Dronebuster counter-UAS system.

January 2019 - Flex Force Enterprises LLC and Radio Hill Technologies merged to become Flex Force Enterprises, Incorporated.

June 2021 - U.S. Marines have taken delivery of Dronebuster units.



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Hand-Held Counter-UAS / Anti-Drone Solution

Flexforce Enterprises, Incorporated (Radio Hill Technologies) - USA
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Ability to engage low-flying aerial threats.
Special Forces
Qualities of this weapon have shown its value to Special Forces elements requiring a versatile, reliable solution for the rigors of special assignments.
Special Purpose
Special purpose weapon for a specially defined battlefield role.

Compact nature allows for relatively easy concealment.
Despite its size / weight, the product can be transported by foot infantry.
Supports silenced / suppressed actions - by way of silencer, suppressor, or subsonic ammunition - for clandestine operations.
Versatility is such that it can be mounted to vehicles as an anti-infantry / area suppression solution.
Requires external power supply to operate, therefore limiting tactical usefulness.
Design allows for user adjustability of certain components for customization.
Design offers mounting points for external, after-market hardware including laser aimers, flashlights, scopes, and grips.

Overall Length
279 mm
10.98 in
Barrel Length
279 mm
10.98 in
Empty Wgt
4.10 lb
1.86 kg

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Dronebuster - Base Series Name.
Dronebuster Block 3 - Increased engagement range.
Dronebuster 3B
Dronebuster SNA

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