As U.S. drone-makers await a change in U.S. export rules that eventually may allow the sale of armed unmanned aerial vehicles to the Middle East, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) is proposing an alternative for Gulf nations: a wirelessly linked, manned-unmanned aircraft team that provides both strike and surveillance capability while keeping pilots out of ...

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