HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. — Many drones enter. One drone leaves.

That might be the gist of a new rapid prototyping event called “ThunderDrone,” where small unmanned aerial vehicles duke it out in a series of challenges. On Wednesday, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson announced the service’s participation in the experiment, which is hosted by SOFWERX.

“In two months, we’re going to have a big competition. They’ve rented out a big warehouse,” Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said during a Wednesday speech at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico.

“It’s a rapid prototyping event, and basically it’s to investigate swarms and platforms and effects and data science of small unmanned aerial vehicles. There’s even one [event] that says, ‘Ok, bring your stuff, we’ll see who the last drone standing is.’”

The experiment gets its name from the third installment in the Mad Max film franchise, which saw the titular character engage in gladiatorial combat in a steel cage arena named Thunderdome.