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2013 Nimitz Lecture - General Norton Schwartz - Remotely Operated Systems: Myths and Reality, Part 1

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Published on Mar 24, 2013

General Norton A. Schwartz (ret), former Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, discusses the facts and myths surrounding the fielding, use and export of remotely operated systems by the US Armed Forces. He recounts a bit about the history of remotely piloted aircraft in the Air Force, the operational roles they fulfill today, the controversy concerning their employment in recent years and the challenges the technology presents regarding the traditional law of war constructs of discrimination and proportionality.

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