This is coolbert:
As if the Royal Navy [RN] admirals don't have enough concerns already!
The amateur who beats the professionals. And doing so using a commercial drone.
"Largest UK Navy carrier security under review after amateur lands drone on deck undetected"
"Security will be reviewed at the aircraft carrier ‘HMS Queen Elizabeth’ after a photo enthusiast landed a small drone aboard the largest ship in the Royal Navy and remained undetected"
"The incident happened when the ‘Queen Elizabeth’, which is to be commissioned by the Royal Navy later this year, was docked in the Scottish port of Invergordon in July."
A COMMERCIAL DRONE ABLE TO LAND ON THE DECK OF THE LATEST AND MOST POWERFUL BRITISH AIRCRAFT CARRIER WHILE THE SHIP DOCKED AND ESCAPE WITHOUT BEING DETECTED.
THIS TOO A CHINESE DJI DRONE.
See this video of the incident as seen and recorded by the drone operator. And posted to Facebook.
Also see a prior blog entry the deadliness of these commercial drones under the right circumstances.