USAFE chief: Don't rely on UAVs
from Air Force Times
The Air Force's top officer in Europe has a strong message for supporters of unmanned aircraft: Remotely piloted planes won't be as effective in future wars as they are in Iraq and Afghanistan. Gen. Roger Brady, outgoing commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe, laid out the limitations of unmanned aerial systems and pumped up manned aircraft in a no-holds-barred speech to more than 500 military leaders, engineers, scholars and UAS manufacturers.
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