U.S. Army to Pair Manned, Unmanned Aircraft to Cut Risk to Troops
ORLANDO, Fla. — The U.S. Army has turned to the pairing of manned and unmanned aircraft as a way to provide battlefield superiority to troops from the platoon to division level through faster, simpler communications and a quicker response to threats, according to the deputy commanding general of U.S...
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