Drones are being modified to attack soldiers on the battlefield
In the latest show of improvisation on the battlefield depraved Daesh jihadis have figured out how to drop bombs from the sky.
ISIS are installing grenade-sized incendiary explosives in drones to target Iraqi Security Forces as they advance into Mosul from the east.
The devices do not have a high range because they are battery operated but can be used to devastating effect.
The drones have been captured by Iraqi forces
Iraqi forces have to look out for the drones and are using technology to try and jam them
Drone bombers appear daily on the frontline in Mosul, initially for missions to see what forces were doing and where, but now to drop explosives on them.
Fears are spreading ISIS may try to adapt the drones further – even using them to carry chemical weapons.
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Despite the disruption caused by the drones Iraqi soldiers said they can be taken down with relative ease.
Since the devices are commercially available they are made with GPS tracking system and radio signals which can be jammed.
A new device called ‘Battelle DroneDefender’ is being deployed alone the frontline to take out ISIS drones.
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Mosul has been destroyed in parts by the fighting between ISIS and coalition backed forces
Iraqi forces are advancing into Mosul from the east after taking hold of villages including Bashiqa from Daesh.
Islamic State is hoping to hold on to ground but are being battered by coalition backed forces.
They remain in the west of Mosul where they have been supported by some villagers.