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“Carriers have utility if simpler shore-based options do not exist, but a UK carrier-based capability would not be up to the strength, reach, persistence or effect required.”
“Peter Singer , the author of "Wired for War," a book about the revolution in military robotics, said the X-47B was "potential game-changing technology for the naval air wing," but cautioned that carrier-based drones were still a long way off.”
“If the technology proves successful, it could lead to the introduction of carrier-based drones with much longer combat ranges than manned aircraft.”
“US carrier-based aircraft would still give the US great ability to coerce the Taliban and back their enemies if the Taliban broke the treaty.”
“The American advocates of carrier-based warfare have noted that Pearl made the point better than they ever could.”
“The North American A-5 Vigilante was a powerful, highly advanced carrier-based supersonic bomber designed for the United States Navy.”
“Mr. Stevens said discussions with the Pentagon remain "somewhat fluid," with the aircraft now largely ahead of plan in its rescheduled testing phase, though the carrier-based version was running two months late.”
“In addition to competing with each other, the companies piling into mobile messaging are looking to displace carrier-based texting and Research In Motion Ltd.'s popular BlackBerry Messenger app.”
“So, for the next 10 years, Britain will have no carrier-based strike force.”
“The normally quiet patch of the East Sea has been a buzz of military activity – with helicopters dropping sonar buoys into the waters, squadrons of carrier-based F-18 fighters embarking on bombing runs and destroyers blasting their guns at unmanned aerial drones.”
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