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U.S. AIR FORCE. Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (SUAS) Flight Pla...

美国空军发布2016-2036小型无人机系统飞行计划

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【机       构】: 美国空军
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【英文机构】: United States Air Force
【原文地址】: http://www.airforcemag.com/DocumentFile/Documents/2016/Small%20UAS%20Flight%20Plan%202016-2036.pdf
【发表时间】:

2016-05-17

摘要

On May 17, the us air force issued the flight plan for small unmanned aerial systems (SUAS) : 2016-2036 (hereinafter referred to as the flight plan) [1], which clearly defined the vision for the sustainable development of SUAS and proposed to build a bridge between tactics and strategy to comprehensively improve the joint combat capability.

At present, the unstable and overall shrinking budget status of the us air force has led to the shrinking of the military structure and capability on the one hand, and on the other hand, weakened the defense industrial base on which the air force relies most. Flying aircraft remotely is a unique and cost-effective solution to this situation, and SUAS has a much more promising future. The flight plan recommends that the air force take advantage of the existing results of long-range flying aircraft and take full advantage of the technical innovations of commercial SUAS to rapidly develop a SUAS family that is comparable to long-range flying aircraft in capability, compact in layout, cost effective in operation and focused on traditional air force roles and missions.

On this basis, the plan's vision is to deliver SUAS with the following features :(1) to achieve an exponential increase in combat effectiveness -- to be able to fight across aerospace and net-to-air domains, and to integrate across missions, to enhance combat effectiveness and/or make up for inadequate combat effectiveness; (2) easy integration -- can be flexibly deployed in a variety of ways, and can undertake target arrival, entry and integration tasks in joint operations; (3) saving operational costs -- the development, procurement and deployment can be economically affordable, and the more aircraft, the more cost effective; (4) building partnerships -- facilitating collaboration between joint forces, across sectors, allied partners, academia, and industry to drive the efficient use of innovation and r&d investment.

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