Manned Spy Planes Here To Stay, AFSOC Chief Says

Credit: U.S. Air Force
As it begins an assessment of potential replacements for the U-28A spy plane, the Air Force Special Operation Command (AFSOC) says manned intelligence-gathering platforms are here to stay, despite the rise of remotely piloted UAVs. AFSOC chief Lt. Gen. Brad Webb says it is important to have a man in...

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