ARMY DRONES IN DISARRAY

ARMY DRONES IN DISARRAY The Army's efforts to develop unmanned vehicles are a mess, according to a new report from the National Research Council. The Army needs ground-based drones to haul equipment, clear mines, conduct reconnaissance, and fight foes autonomously. But these programs are uncoordinated -- and under funded. Unless changes are made, the Council says, the Army won't have working drones until the end of the decade.

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