ADELAIDE, Australia - Unmanned aircraft operating on their own - and soon, teams and swarms of them working together in sophisticated electronic attacks or intelligence gathering missions - are already planned as part of Australia's military future. However, what Australia wants in the way of unmanned vehicles isn't yet available on the world market. As a result, Australian Defence Force (ADF) planners are going to spend a few years figuring out the long-term potential of not only ...

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