[Defense in Brief] Military-grade hunter-killer drones making their way to the market

Military planners’ worst nightmare in the age of cheap, commercial drones is that at some point someone would weaponize them. That’s happening. The first such device, called the Velvet Wasp, can carry anything from small bombs to medical supplies. Developed by UK defense contractor SR, Velvet Wasp is a 37-pound drone with a carbon fiber frame. […]
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