Budget Cuts, War Drawdown Shape Emerging UAS Uses

Unmanned aerial system (UAS) use has soared since the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq began, and new systems continue to debut in combat. But national deficits are placing severe pressure on defense spending, forcing users to look for more capability from existing UAS. The U.S. is putting new sensors...

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