U.S. Army Looking To Future of Unmanned Operations

Although U.S. Army unmanned aerial systems (UAS) have logged over 1.2 million hr. of combat flight time over Iraq and Afghanistan, unmanned aircraft still can’t “do it all,” the U.S. Army’s aviation chief told a crowd at AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems North America summit in Washington Aug. 16. “We are...

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