Unmanned Aerial Systems Gear Up For Contested Battlespace

Credit: Noam Eshel/AW&ST
Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) have long since proved their worth as critical intelligence-gathering assets. But can they assure data transmission all the time? Are they secure from enemy attack? What happens when an enemy has access to weapons that can shoot down UAS or otherwise deny operations in...

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