ISIS is using DJI Phantom drones to drop bombs over Mosul
In an attempt to hold off advances by the coalition forces charged with retaking Mosul, the Islamic State forces are said to have been making increased use of both homemade and modified-off the shelf drones for carrying out attacks in the embattled city. Armed with grenades and other improvised explosives, the Daesh-operated drones are seeing increased use since the beginning of the month. DefenseOne reports that soldiers are encountering at least one of these low level UAVs per day. Based on photos available through social media posts, the drones range from primitive fixed wing devices to the more expensive quadcopters...