BRUSSELS — NATO is consolidating working groups involved with managing unmanned vehicle activities as part of a broader effort to streamline the alliance’s bureaucracy. NATO reform efforts have long called for a reduction in the number of working groups to reduce the costs of maintaining the alliance and ensure more money is available for actual missions. One area where that is now taking place is in unmanned aircraft. NATO has had two organizations working on standards, requirements and ...
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