Relatively Simple UAS Are Enabling Increasingly Sophisticated Attacks

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The Middle East has seen rapid growth in the use of small armed unmanned aircraft, often modified from consumer drones or locally assembled from commercial hardware. Their use has extended far beyond the tactical grenade-dropping multicopters first fielded by the Islamic State group to now encompass...

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