Evaluating the Use of Manned and Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Strategic Offensive Tasks
This mission package have to execute missions in a high threat environment. The way to minimize the risk here is utilizing packages which are formed by UAVs. On the other hand, due to flying UAVs which are controlled by ground command and control units, UAVs have very limited capability to make the right decision in dynamic situations. Therefore, UAVs can hardly execute a mission in deep regions of a country. To solve this problem we should generate a mission package which include semi-autonomous UAVs with leadership of a fifth generation aircraft. Thus, we can easily penetrate in the depths of the enemy, decide according to changing conditions and also finally destroy the strategic targets.
This article determines the autonomous level of the UAVs, examines the features of a mission package and presents what kind of a mission package we should establish in order to make maximum benefit and effect in attacking strategic targets.
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