Israel’s military has always generated unique and very specialized needs, from tanks to electronic warfare to combat aircraft. Now that effort will be focused on its unmanned aircraft fleet. The opinion appears embedded in Tel Aviv that the advantages of cost, range, endurance and less danger to aircrews will push heavy and sustained spending on autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle designs. “[UAVs] are the future and will play a major role in asymmetric warfare [against stateless and ...
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