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CUAS 101

Uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS), commonly referred to as drones, can be used both as a tool in defense of security and also as a weapon that threatens it, including on U.S. soil. Drones can present both physical and cyber threats, both on the battlefield and in the United States. Yet defending against this threat in the homeland remains a challenge, from both a technological and a legal standpoint. Learn the CUAS basics here in my latest blog contribution to the Lawfire Blog, affiliated with Duke Law's Center for Law, Ethics & National Security.

Topics: counter-drone, UAS, uncrewed aircraft systems, counter-UAS, law, policy, homeland security, national security, legislation

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