Robert Wall (London), David Hambling (Dubai), David Eshel (Tel Aviv)February 01, 2012
Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya have been proving grounds for unmanned air vehicle technology, but they have also highlighted the value of manned fighters to provide support for forces engaging irregular opponents. At the same time, such conflicts have been characterized by weak or nonexistent...
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