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Black, T. (2015). Armed drones seen as dogfight ready in not too distant future. Bloomberg.com, N.PAG. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Black2015
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Categories: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Engineering, General, Military Science
Subcategories: Autonomous systems, Drones, Machine intelligence, Machine learning
Keywords: AIRCRAFT carriers
Creators: Black
Collection: Bloomberg.com
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Abstract
Northrop has already refueled its experimental X-47B unmanned combat jet in flight and made takeoffs and landings from an aircraft carrier. That capability means a combat drone could remain aloft for days instead of hours, Winship said -- a breakthrough that will change air-combat strategies and plane design. Deploying unmanned combat jets also could be quicker than manned aircraft because there's no need to have search-and-rescue teams in place to retrieve downed pilots, Winship said. [Extracted from the article]
  
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