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The Future of Military Unmanned Ground Vehicles

The first generation of unmanned ground vehicles have been useful, but also bulky, and military policy has been slow to adapt. As part of an interview with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Peter Singer discusses the multiple facets to these systems, how their capabilities have been applied in combat situations, and what usage challenges remain.

Peter W. Singer

Former Brookings Expert

Strategist and Senior Fellow - New America

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