Neither manned nor unmanned: the future of air warfare will be about teaming and the proper use of aircraft | Military & Aerospace Electronics

Although there has been tremendous progress in the technologies necessary to field sophisticated unmanned aerial systems (UAS), even with advances in computing power, artificial intelligence (AI), and autonomy, we are not even close to achieving the cognitive abilities of a trained pilot and crew.

The future of air power is neither manned nor unmanned, but both; the real question involves the balance between these two. The answer will involve a deep appreciation for how best to deploy manned and unmanned aircraft, as well as missiles, in a future high-end air campaign.

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