The Crossroads of Special Operations

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$98 billion expected for military drone market | National Defense Magazine

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A major expansion in global spending on unmanned aerial vehicles is expected for the next decade as militaries invest about 98$ billion to seek new intelligence and strike capabilities. Steve Zaloga, a senior analyst of a recent study released by the Teal Group, believes the U.S. will lead with UAV R&D spending in the next ten years. With drone capabilities continuing to be one of the most dynamic defense sectors, armed forces around the globe are looking to improve their current abilities. As information and hybrid warfare continue to rage, the need for new intelligence gathering methods has skyrocketed in the direction of UAVs.

Source: https://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/articles/2020/1/6/98-billion-expected


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