The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: UAVs Report for Border Patrol Duty

The question over whether unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) offer a wise investment as a standard border surveillance measure continues to leave governments worldwide awaiting a definitive answer - seven years after the US Department of Defense coordinated its first report on the use of these systems for homeland security. In the ongoing fight to minimise the growing threat of narco, weapons and human trafficking – and to suppress the pervasive risk of invasion by aggressors –...
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