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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.

    Letters: Tornado whips up defence rethink

  • 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.

    Drone Will Call Aircraft Carriers Home

  • If the technology proves successful, it could lead to the introduction of carrier-based drones with much longer combat ranges than manned aircraft.

    Drone Will Call Aircraft Carriers Home

  • 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.

    What next in Afghanistan?

  • The American advocates of carrier-based warfare have noted that Pearl made the point better than they ever could.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » A Sweet Jane alt-hist challenge!

  • The North American A-5 Vigilante was a powerful, highly advanced carrier-based supersonic bomber designed for the United States Navy.

    North American A-5 Vigilante | My[confined]Space

  • 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.

    Lockheed Faces New Funding Challenge on F-35 Program

  • 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.

    Skype to Acquire Start-Up GroupMe

  • So, for the next 10 years, Britain will have no carrier-based strike force.

    Defence cuts don't go deep enough

  • 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.

    US, South Korean Ships Drop Anti-Sub Bombs In Drills

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