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Now is Allison -- we're gonna switch gears Alison is a defense specialist she is the war games columnist and foxnews.com.
You could find Allison on Twitter at Allison underscored Barry.
Good to see you thanks very much for me -- made so OK see you run the war and culture program at the royal united services to.
In Whitehall London yes that's down I don't know have been on together -- sounds like an awesome job thank -- -- -- -- very jealous.
We have to come president I would love -- is actually I I know exactly where it is I spent two years based in London.
One of my favorite cities but let's talk about these word games and you write about these unmanned helicopters.
That are deployed right now yes we talk about drones but these are helicopters these -- a little bit different and they're flying.
Right now in Afghanistan.
Yes they are made an out there -- doing a lot of it and I thought.
Great time to bring up this story because everyone's buzzing.
About the -- -- -- issues between the alleged -- in Saudi.
You know and states and towns in America -- concerns -- -- about their airspace.
So I just want to reassure the public an -- and a different side to drugs because it is this is also technically -- it's an unmanned aerial aircraft.
-- sent helicopters to be able to cover by itself go to court it's by itself and it's really fabulous piece of technology it's -- joint program between.
Rocky and came in.
And then Tim is I know it you're very familiar with this but just -- our our viewers -- disputed that -- -- are regularly attacked you know there insurgent attacks.
Others is awful phenomenon which everyone -- is comfortable with IED's and improvise -- put explosives.
-- is a fantastic way to reduce risk to our Marines that are serving out there.
That -- since it's been deployments and -- it's been deployed and since it was December.
2011 it because -- first place.
Big big treat for our viewers are getting to see actually the first place K Max.
Henry is great kind of got to send a thank you see -- Gregory Moore.
It's his footage of the first -- -- came access in Afghanistan that's what we're looking at right now -- right now.
-- That's that is unmanned that that is being flown to have.
And -- dozens -- got a guy on the ground and scatter rug that laptop and it's very simple he just plugs in the market where he wants to go.
If you didn't -- -- on my computer.
And and the Macs can make several stops it's got four.
Sort of books if you will I'm so it is not important applications for different forward operating pieces.
I was burying.
-- leans on the ground -- -- it you.
Convey that essential supplies to -- for a few days.
Talk to us quickly -- about a minute left a house as far as the future is concerned he's unmanned.
Aerial vehicles these drones that well we.
Are we looking at a future where.
Entire -- where fighter jets might be unmanned at some point where we're gonna see bigger and bigger aircraft.
They can be deployed in -- in in a war zone and being able to control with laptops on the ground.
Yes that's a great question we're definitely -- that way so the next steps this -- a very crucial step came accident leaving after action.
There's a program -- optimists kind of like Optimus Prime from transformed -- But they're trying to give unmanned aircraft even more intelligence and keep it operating -- -- the -- is the next step which is probably in the very near future I think we're looking at the next year to.
Where helicopters and other unmanned aircraft and if they have a level of supervision of the human but it feels much more kind of thinking on its.
Well this is a great preview for an article that we would encourage you to -- to go a little bit more in depth -- -- written right now you can find it on foxnews.com.
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War games columnist at foxnews.com again on Twitter at Allison underscored -- nice to meet you thank you for having me thanks very much for being here.
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