4 questions with NATO on its unmanned tech test
BRUSSELS As militaries around the world invest in advanced technology, the need to test the capabilities of new systems for military operations is critical both to ensure the training of personnel as well as the effective integration with existing platforms.
Dozens of unmanned underwater, surface and air vehicles from NATO countries gathered in Portugal in September for Exercise REP (MUS) 19 to do just that: test technological advances in unmanned maritime systems networks.
Defense News recently received details about the exercise from a NATO official.
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