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The UAS Threat: A “Wicked Hard Problem”

The deadly uncrewed aircraft system (UAS) attack on Tower 22 in Jordan is the first time that United States ground forces have been killed in an air attack in over 70 years. It’s no wonder that this year’s Air and Space Association’s Warfare Symposium experienced a shoulder-to-shoulder crowd of concerned service members and their civilian counterparts jammed in to listen to the event’s only dedicated counter-UAS panel: “Defining the Drone Threat.” Read about what the expert panel there had to say about it in my latest in Inside Unmanned Systems magazine:

Topics: Counter-UAS, UAS, dark drones, drone swarms, drone threats, AFA Warfare Symposium

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