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Are IR flashlights and road flares effective thermal countermeasures against drones?

 
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This is about the only thing you can do...

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Drones that are looking to take you out are typically only 1 to 2 thousand feet up. Using a proper flare, you can "legally" fire just in ahead of, but between you and the drone.

Doing this will jam the FLIR momentarily & cause the operator to have to realign... hopefully you're gone by that point...
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09/06/2012 12:29 PM
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Re: Are IR flashlights and road flares effective thermal countermeasures against drones?
Snipers and others often put acetate over windows. It blocks thermals and can be seen through clearly enough to take a long shot through.
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the problem is not so much how to shield your heat signature, the problem is how to do it while doing something of survival quality out in the open.
Momentary thermal cover is fairly easy, but surviving in the bush or living rough in a tactical environment results in built up heat profiles from fires and absorbed heat. If you think you can live safely or easily in a mylar or other reflective/blocking bubble, give it a try and see how easy that is for any period of time.
For the most part you'll not ever see or hear a drone that's targeting you for a strike.
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09/06/2012 12:48 PM

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Intercept the drone with an RC plane and ram it. So long as the RC is in your sight you can fly it a considerable distance and altitude.

You'd need a live feed wireless camera on it so you could actually hit the drone, I imagine.
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09/06/2012 01:01 PM
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I'm not sure how they determin thier target with a drone, but i would think they need some facial recognition to validate that your the intended target.
Anon put a video out that shows you can put IR led's in your baseball cap that will blind the cameras to your face.
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09/06/2012 01:04 PM

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Re: Are IR flashlights and road flares effective thermal countermeasures against drones?
blackcat I know that an unshielded motorcycle engine can mess up TV reception, over I believe a broad spectrum and it would be putting out way more power than the drones controlling device, at least over half a mile or so I suppose?

I was thinking of revving it up when you spot one. Another question is can you 'aim' it.

And another question is how can you be alerted to the presence of a drone without going blind from staring up in the sky.
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09/06/2012 01:27 PM
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Drones wont fly after the kill shots. Those fancy rigs on rense wont move either. they become camp trailers so they better be where they are going in advance.

Testing reveals the energy that gets trapped under the magnetosphere doesn't dissipate right away making for a constantly intensifying event with each new wave, even though the meters say it goes down. It does as it becomes resident in living mass for a time.

I believe we calculated 9 intense bursts over a 38 day period coming up in 2013.

This amounts to 54% of the total electromagnetic build up that's trying to get out from under the molten surface.

As we move away from the alignment earthquake and volcanism rises to very high levels, but the sun will start to consume the remaining 46% back into its core.


Fact is when the events start, it would be best for all the soldiers and wannabe rambos to go home to their families. at least they can try to keep them safe and possibly fed.

I feel sorry for the ones who are far away from home when it unfolds. Their family will be at the mercy of strangers, in a world with little food, drinking water, sanitation or emergency health care.

No place on earth will get away from it. Even the people going underground will find out they are affected in extreme ways they didn't plan for.

Don't fear the drones, the clinically insane govt, or anything else.

What we have seen coming is far more powerful and devastating than anything mere men can come up with.

Its going fubar beyond what anyone has war gamed or think tanked.

Accept the truth. Do what you can for family. Try to transfer any jobs to move closer to home.
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the answer to your question OP is potatoe.

that is all i can say now
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Re: Are IR flashlights and road flares effective thermal countermeasures against drones?
I'm not sure how they determin thier target with a drone, but i would think they need some facial recognition to validate that your the intended target.
Anon put a video out that shows you can put IR led's in your baseball cap that will blind the cameras to your face.
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lol, they dont give a fuck who they kill! they've blown up 20 just to think they had 1
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Re: Are IR flashlights and road flares effective thermal countermeasures against drones?
Snipers and others often put acetate over windows. It blocks thermals and can be seen through clearly enough to take a long shot through.
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Glass blocks thermal imaging...
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we'll have to live under water.....

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