NATO Urged To Set Up Remotely Piloted Aircraft Center
Robert WallJuly 19, 2011
LONDON — NATO should consider establishing a center of excellence for remotely piloted aircraft, argues Gen. Mark Welsh, commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe. The facility would help bring systems owned by member states together to work on interoperability issues. Such a move also could fix...
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