Easy to make, cheap to buy, simple to fly and hard to detect, small drones—many commercially available—are becoming major concerns to military forces and security operations. Defense contractors and others are racing to offer capabilities to minimize and defeat these threats. Israeli companies are establishing countermeasures in this area, as are contractors and research institutes elsewhere.  Paramilitaries and insurgents operate drones in ways similar to the military, ...


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