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(9News (Australia))   Fireball-dropping drones now part of Aussie firefighters arsenal to fight fires. Surely nothing bad would happen if some of these fell into an arsonists hands   (9news.com.au) divider line
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2021-10-15 7:43:26 PM  
Every drone can drop a fireball if you aren't a good pilot
 
2021-10-15 9:26:54 PM  
Look on the bright side:
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It may not be all bad.
 
2021-10-15 10:41:28 PM  
Seems like a word thing to drop on a fire. It's it not alcoholic enough to cause problems?

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2021-10-15 11:25:59 PM  

leeksfromchichis: Every drone can drop a fireball if you aren't a good pilot


Or if you went cheap on the batteries
 
2021-10-16 2:56:05 AM  
Drop-bears and drop-flares
 
2021-10-16 3:42:52 AM  
We have been using time delay incendiaries (ping pong balls) and napalm (slow drip) dispensers for decades to start fires from the air.

There are times when it needs to be done to control larger fires.
 
2021-10-16 7:58:56 AM  
Fu-Go

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2021-10-16 10:18:02 AM  
Don't they have Brown Hawks for that?
 
2021-10-16 11:38:29 AM  
A surprising number of arsonists are firefighters so it's probably already in the hands of one such firefighter.
 
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