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Shooting Down DRONES: Does the Future of War Look Like Terminator Skeet?

It’s no secret that the field of war is changing, and that fact is just as true for the infantryman as it is the F-35 Lightning II pilot. Increasingly, small, inexpensive, expendable drones are being used as intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) assets, as well as delivery platforms for light ordnance as well as kamikaze weapons. Today, […] Read More … The post Shooting Down DRONES: Does the Future of War Look Like Terminator Skeet? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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