ANALYSIS: How Taranis points the way for future air combat

​Unmanned combat air systems (UCAS) look all but certain to play a part in future offensive operations, but considerable work remains to be done to demonstrate that such technology – plus concepts of operation and regulations surrounding its use – can be effectively employed in a combat scenario.

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