The future of military air force and overall of air force is in unmanned aerial vehicles. They are every aircraft where no matter what function a person gives, the commands are executed through a computer.
-90 percent of aircrafts that are produced today are unmanned aerial vehicles. Pilots in unmanned aerial vehicles are there just because the industry still cannot find safe protection of the ground air link, namely, that a terrorist group will not take over the aircraft, says for Morning Briefing Dejan Sazdovski, Director of the Sports Airport Stenkovec.
-All information is received in real time. That industry is currently functioning and can send in use a cargo aircraft of this type without passengers and thus will reduce costs.
-What is known until now is that we have a military aircraft unmanned aerial vehicle, a military bomber unmanned aerial vehicle, and there literally are millions of the small ones and they can also be bought on the Internet.
-The drone that crashed in Croatia is from the 1970s, while in the 1980s it was no longer in use. It looks more like a Tomahawk because it has no GPS, but rather operates through a compass with predetermined coordinates.
-I don’t believe that the Russian army is currently using it, because the same was no longer in use in the 1980s. The Ukrainians probably used it as something left over and it was probably intended as a type of bomb.
Translation: N. Cvetkovska