6 Mind-Bending FUTURE MILITARY TECHNOLOGIES That Are on the Next Level



you [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] what if you could sling lift 13,000 pounds of howitzer straight into the sky and carry it farther than any helicopter ever before what if you had more than double the cabin volume of a uh-60 Blackhawk with more cabin height and width than our v-22 what if with a crew of four you could carry 12 NATO leaders or haul a useful load of well over eight tons then deliver it's 50% faster than any helicopter made what if with an extended combat range improved loiter time and a hoagie of 6,000 feet and 95 degrees you could deploy and protect 14 battle ready troops Molly packs and all what if two side doors measuring 40 inches wide plus a rant at the rear equalled three superb fast rope ports for special ops needs and that ramp opened up gaping six by six foot hole to give you unparalleled access for rapid load in and load out what if the enemy had no clue are you just troop supports or a lethal attack aircraft capable of both refueling and reloading armaments while airborne and in mid mission what other vertical lift aircraft does that what is utility and attack versions shared over 90% common parts cured the headaches of logistics and made the supply to demands of maintenance a low impact effort what if it's time-tested technologies of fly-by-wire controls coaxial rotors and ducted fans not only provided more agility with a highly maneuverable low inertia design but also quieted the flight and that smooth air flights now less stressful on critical parts carried the day too far more reliability what if the best engineers unequaled in the successful development of advanced rotary winged aircraft teamed with top-tier national aerospace suppliers who were eager ready and willing joined together in a company that could start the build of that aircraft today what if they came together for one aircraft one with over 80% of a tiltrotors flat-out speeds but for less than half the cost of a v-22 think of it a shipboard compliant aircraft with a smaller footprint than either a Blackhawk or tilt rotor yet one with more payload better agility greater range higher endurance with speed and survivability but requiring much less maintenance and lower costs than ever before what if all these uncompromising attributes these spectacular characteristics scaled up or to future flight needs what if for every dollar spent it reduced the greatest value in a vertical lift aircraft ever known what if it became real what would you call it we call it an innovative compound coaxial helicopter but you can call it the future of vertical lift from the team at a VX aircraft company flight advanced

24 Comments

  1. animation and with flipaclip said:

    Theese gear are great!

    May 17, 2019
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  2. 빠삐홍 said:

    정말 멋져! 이렇게 공개한건 미국은 이미 다 만들어서 실전 배치중일지도 몰라.

    May 17, 2019
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  3. Roby Rob said:

    RIDICOLOUS

    May 17, 2019
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  4. Bryan O'Halloran said:

    Bloody cartoons
    What game is this ?

    May 17, 2019
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  5. segun tunde said:

    I believe that they can do it

    May 17, 2019
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  6. stunthero said:

    I just realized 16000+ taliban/isis ppl disliked this video

    May 17, 2019
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  7. stunthero said:

    Canada and US need these for WWIII

    May 17, 2019
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  8. Pete Humphries said:

    Safe weapons n sink the ship in first place give the deck a spray then sink it! Cheaper!

    May 17, 2019
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  9. Pete Humphries said:

    Attack on runway war of the world's!

    May 17, 2019
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  10. Sora said:

    this is the most dumbest animation ever, the moment that drone thing whatever the fck it is, will be easily noticed from a far with just eyes alone, and the moment its activated, it shows itself to radar. Airbases and stuff like that, has radar on 24/7, there's never a moment that its offline, so its very unlikely that this is even practical

    May 17, 2019
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  11. skatterbrain said:

    Man lol I would Absolutely hate to be any country that's Down range & on the receiving end of American Ingenuity & Technology. Implemented by the United states Military. Now & in the future.

    🇺🇸GOD BLESS AMERICA 🇺🇸
    LAND OF THE FREE
    HOME OF THE BRAVE

    100% Made in the U.S.A
    &
    200% Proud to be American

    May 17, 2019
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  12. William Tower's said:

    We ARE all well and truly fucked.

    May 17, 2019
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  13. JJ R said:

    LOL the drone is funny!

    May 17, 2019
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  14. Zulfiqar Ali said:

    Its pubg in 2099

    May 17, 2019
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  15. Filip Von Filbert said:

    Someone had too many chocolate milks making this

    May 17, 2019
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  16. Stay Frosty348 said:

    Very secretive.

    May 17, 2019
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  17. The Way said:

    1-2: can be beaten with a blanket bombardment of the ground from either the air or a distance.

    SOLUTION: Have a series of automated air defense, artillery, and satellite controlled guided missile batteries to prevent blanket bombing from the air or from a distance.

    3: High level targets have better security and have movement patterns that aren't predicable.

    SOLUTION: a car or van with an ai computer to control about 10 to 20 drones carrying fire bombs and shrapnel bombs.
    The car can be in motion and the computer is in the trunk and the drones fly out the top. The car will be in range long enough to do the mission and be out of range when it is done.

    4: It would take hundreds of missiles to destroy a high value target because missile defense is actually very good.

    SOLUTION: Get a hundred or more trucks with smaller missiles of 20 or more to park at different places and all aim for the same spot.

    5: American fighter jets come from the sea because of limited fuel capacity. A semi-truck would have nowhere to park.
    Also, fighter jets stationed on foreign soil has very good security and a truck would likely have little time to set up.
    Also, only a small group of fighters are stationed on land on foreign soil. Most are within flying distance on sea.
    Also, the battery technology to lift a large helicopter that size doesn't exist.

    SOLUTION: A large horde of package carrying drones could fly in and crash land into barracks buildings and warehouses carrying C-4 in a pressurized sectioned metal shell.

    6: battleships and carriers aren't close enough to land for #6 to work.
    The helicopter is a gun carrier. Not meant to travel in the air. So it would have to be sailed to position by a fishing boat, THAT WOULD BE BOMBED before it is close enough.

    SOLUTION: Small robotic submarines the size of a backpack would be better. They could home in and have explosives to destroy the ship by impact of the hull. It would be small enough not to trigger the radar and either ai controlled or by remote.

    7: see number 5

    8: see number 3

    Had to stop halfway through.
    You get the idea.

    May 17, 2019
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  18. Lvskymar said:

    Let’s put our entire countries Air Force on the flight line in a static display so that one giant drone with a 50 cal can wipe it out.

    May 17, 2019
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  19. MK TV said:

    9.136

    May 17, 2019
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  20. Tony Lindström said:

    That flying fortress does not even close to military base 😀

    May 17, 2019
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  21. Tech. said:

    "Thumbs up"

    May 17, 2019
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  22. Laxmi Prajapati said:

    I try my best in super soldier 👨‍✈️👮‍♂️👷‍♂️👨‍🔬👨‍🔧👨‍🏭🧠🧠

    May 17, 2019
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  23. spiff1003 said:

    So now we are going to be invaded with trucks instead of tanks…. Nah, I don't think so…. this is just the result of a vivid imagination.

    May 17, 2019
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  24. Eigie Seronay said:

    WHAT I ALSO DID NOT UNDERSTAMD WAS WHY DID THAT AVX NEED MILITARY TROOPS TO FIRE FROM THAT HELICOPTER TO THE ENEMY WHY WOULD ITS SYSTEMS DO IT I MEANT THE AVX RIGHT I MEAN IT WAS UNDER THE VIDEO WHICH MEANS THE WEAPONS AND VEHICLE OF THE MILITARY IN THE FUTURE IT WAS NOT WRITTEN THAT IT IS THE PAST
    ALL FOR ONE ONE FOR ALL

    May 17, 2019
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