Despite more than $1 trillion spent by Washington on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, debate continues at the Pentagon about what tactics—and technologies—from those battles will endure. U.S. Army officials continue to debate the need, for example, for vehicles that dedicate substantial weight toward protection from roadside bombs. However, momentum is solidly behind fielding manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T) technologies for Army aviation platforms. Combining video feeds and ...

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