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Pentagon UAV Spending Hit $5.25B In 2010
May 22, 2012
UAV APPETITE: The U.S. Department of Defense spent $5.25 billion on unmanned aerial systems in 2010, with the U.S. Air Force taking the largest piece of the pie, according to consultancy Frost & Sullivan. “Most of the $2.42 billion the Air Force has earmarked for UAS spending in 2012 is for the...
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