ARLINGTON, VA (January 3, 2020)—The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce the release of the newest entry in its Mitchell Forum short paper series, “Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operations: Lessons Learned and Implications for Future Warfare,” by...

In this paper, Alcazar, a Mitchell non-resident fellow and veteran fighter pilot who worked missile defense issues on the Air Staff, and the Mitchell Institute’s Schanz note that cheap and increasingly capable ballistic missiles have become a go-to weapon of choice for...

6/28/2017

Fifteen years of dramatic growth in demand for the sensor and strike capabilities that remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) afford have left the Department of Defense (DOD) struggling to meet burgeoning mission demand. Despite efforts by the Office of the Secretary of Defen...

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