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The Future of Unmanned Vehicles: Militaries Keep Their Options Open

Jun 7, 2015 | 13:15 GMT
U.S. maintenance personnel check a Predator drone before a surveillance flight near the Mexican border.
U.S. maintenance personnel check a Predator drone before a surveillance flight near the Mexican border.
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Manned and unmanned military vehicles both have their disadvantages, and each offers something the other does not. Because U.S. military leaders understand as much, the United States is turning more and more to hybridized systems that combine the best elements of both systems. ...

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