A U.K. government committee inquiry into the use of unmanned aerial vehicles has called for greater transparency in a bid to improve public confidence and awareness of their use. In its report, “Remote Control: Remotely Piloted Air Systems – Current and Future U.K. Use,” published March 24, the defense committee calls on the government to clarify “apparently inconsistent answers by ministers” about whether U.K. Royal Air Force (RAF) General Atomics MQ-9 Reapers have ever been operated by ...
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