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The U.S. Air Force Wants to Build Killer 'Swarms'

Kris Osborn Security, The Air Force is advancing plans to retire its Predator drone by transitioning more missions to the larger Reaper and rapidly increasing its fleet of small drones to attack enemy targets.  The Air Force's Small UAS Roadmap is expected to increase use of small drones as explosives to attack enemy targets. The Air Force is advancing plans to retire its Predator drone by transitioning more missions to the larger Reaper and rapidly increasing its fleet of small drones to blanket enemy areas with Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance assets, jam enemy air defenses and potentially use drones as small explosives designed to overwhelm enemy targets with fire power.
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