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ANALYSIS: The US Army grapples with bold new UAS plan

It is 2018, and an enemy of the US Army seems to be having a lucky day. Yes, an unarmed unmanned air vehicle flying overhead has spotted this particular target, but the army has already retired its fleet of armed scout helicopters and the Boeing AH-64E Apache is still parked at the base with only is auxiliary power unit running.

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