SOCOM Reveals Deployment Of Slovenian-Made UAS

unmanned light sport aircraft
The Pipistrel Surveyor, now operated by a U.S. special forces contractor, has a 30-hr. flight endurance and a 30,000-ft. ceiling.
Credit: Pipistrel
A new class of low-cost, long-endurance unmanned aerial systems (UAS), including a newly confirmed Slovenian-made aircraft, have entered U.S. Special Operations Command’s (SOCOM) fleet plans, even as budget concerns arise that complicate a proposal to use the new Armed Overwatch platform to replace...

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