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The Air Force’s Drone-Only Future?

The F-22 fight notwithstanding, David Axe reports that a recent Air Force document on the future of the service’s investment in unmanned aircraft entertains the

Jul 31, 2020
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The F-22 fightnotwithstanding, David Axe reportsthat a recent Air Force document on the future of the service’s investment in unmanned aircraft entertains the possibility of pilotless drones to replace *all *piloted planes by mid-century. As David writes, the document doesn’t say that such a future is a certainty — how could it — but it’s a robust option.
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