Unmanned And Manned Aircraft Will Have To Learn To Rely On Each Other

Credit: Raytheon
Unmanned aircraft are most often viewed as augmenting manned aircraft, perhaps eventually replacing some of them, but a more likely future lies in their becoming intimately essential to each other. Two new U.S. research notices give hints of such an outcome. One envisions manned bombers and...

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