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Specially designed to support the United States' forces when deployed on the battlefield, support drones built from the USA's have various capabilities which can assist the USA's main armed forces whilst fighting the war against terrorism.

First units of these types of drones specially inspired from the aging MQ-1B Predator are designed and controlled by a drone controller or by the pilot of a vehicle, they usually stick with the USA's combat and support vehicles to ensure they are assisted in various ways. These drones are small in size, low in cost along with capable of being used in various situations relating to combat support, suppression and holding off those who are attacking host vehicles that could be tasked to defend an important area or to attack enemy units.

Hound

FT99 "Hound" Battle Drone
America Placeholder
Hounds hovering over Abrams tanks, providing cover and repairs
Faction United States Task Forces
Cost $300
Build at Any USA Vehicle
Requires None
Detailed Information
American Combat Support Drone Place of Origin Netherlands Flag of Netherlands Small
Manufacturer FutureTech Corporation, Amsterdam
Role Combat Support

Light Anti-Personnel

In Service Active
Features
- 50. Cal Machine Gun

- FT45 Welding Torch
- FT27 Hovering System
- FT42 Laser Sights (Upgrade)
- Gunmetal Grey Paintwork


"Used since the first conflict, can repair and engage at the same time"
- Abrams operator -

To be added...

Rover

FT97 "Rover" Scout Drone
America Placeholder
Rovers revealing areas in front of a set of Dolphins
Faction United States Task Forces
Cost $100
Build at Any USA Vehicle
Requires None
Detailed Information
American Predator Drone Icon Place of Origin Netherlands Flag of Netherlands Small
Manufacturer FutureTech Corporation, Amsterdam
Role Scout Drone

Stealth Detection

In Service Active
Features
- FT88 Camera Viewfinder

- FT55 Stealth Detector
- FT26 Hovering System
- FT44 Laser Sights (Upgrade)
- Gunmetal Grey Paintwork


"These are small, might look like toy Predators, but these are eyes of our crew"
- Abrams operator -

To be added...

Hellfire

FT-98 "Hellfire" Combat Drone
America Placeholder
A set of Hellfire Drones escorting a group of vehicles
Faction United States Task Forces
Cost $400
Build at Any USA Vehicle
Requires None
Detailed Information
American Sentinel Icon Place of Origin Netherlands Flag of Netherlands Small
Manufacturer FutureTech Corporation, Amsterdam
Role Combat Drone

Medium Anti-Vehicle

In Service Active
Features
- FT73 Rocket Launcher

- FT51 Camera Viewfinder
- FT28 Hovering System
- FT43 Laser Sights (Upgrade)
- Gunmetal Grey Paintwork


"Equipped with some small rocket of launchers, good for taking on vehicles"
- Hellfire operator -

To be added...

Behind the Scenes

  • Based on the original counterparts from Generals, theses set of drones are built by FutureTech, some changes might be given to them or left alone, except for some modifications to include Laser Sights for a future upgrade.
  • These combat and support drones are the only units supplied by the Amsterdam based corporation, whilst a good majority of controllable combat and support drones used by the USA consist either USA based Drone constructors or the Japanese based Tenzai Robotics.
  • The drones prove well when some units in the USA's armed forces won't be around to assist.
  • An example of one of these units would be the Welder Drone if the unit is to remain at base to assist in repairs for important vehicles, including construction vehicles or supply carriers.
  • Two drones, the Hellfire and the Rover are based on two real-life drones used by the United States of America today and some parts of the world, being the Predator and the Sentinel.

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