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Air Force Research Institute Papers 2010-1 : RPAs: Revolution or Retrogression?

By David R. Mets, PhD

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Title: Air Force Research Institute Papers 2010-1 : RPAs: Revolution or Retrogression?  
Author: David R. Mets, PhD
Volume: 2010-1
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, General Works (Periodicals, Series, idexes, Almanacs, etc.), Remotely Piloted Aircraft
Collections: Adventure, Authors Community, Military Science, Naval Science, Most Popular Books in China, Medicine, Literature, History
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Publisher: Air University Press
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Mets, Ph, D. R. (n.d.). Air Force Research Institute Papers 2010-1 : RPAs: Revolution or Retrogression?. Retrieved from

A historian’s occupational disease is to find old precedents for practically everything new that comes along. And that is true for remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) as well. In one way they are merely the continuation of the millennia-old human longing for methods of striking or observing one’s enemies while remaining safe. The purpose of this essay is to briefly explore that which is old, to dwell for a time on what seems to be new, and to conclude with some speculations about the future of unmanned systems.


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