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Drones Crash, But UAS Programs Succeed and Expand
The rise in the number of drone crashes does not tell the whole story, not by a long shot.
By RBR Staff


An article written by David Zucchino published in the Los Angeles Times under the headline “War Zone Drone Crashes Add Up” recently caught my eye. I am sure that anyone reading this blog is aware of the exponential growth in the use of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for military operations across the world. As a result, the UAS market has been on fire, even during the darkest periods of the worldwide economic downturn. I could cite mountains of analyst reports speaking to the explosive growth of the UAS market, and predictions of even greater expansion, but what’s the point? Again, the readers…

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